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Gondalf
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Best wishes :)
Gondalf   1/28/2014 6:51:03 PM
NO RATINGS
Sampling only in march......it seems an end of the year thing to me, being a server cpu. We'll see the success of these little SOCs. Anyway i don't see news in the more lucrative segment of the server market, "Serious" AMD server roadmap says "no news" in 2014 and 2015. ARM is easy, you buy the IP and with a legolike action you can assemble a cpu. Unfortunately you can not differentiate much yourself from the competitors and the hardware is cheap.....margins too. Amd is trying to do its best in a non comfortable situation of marginality.

My best wishes :)

 

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