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Hot Chips: Inside AMD's Bulldozer, Bobcat

8/24/2010 00:01 AM EDT
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re: Hot Chips: Inside AMD's Bulldozer, Bobcat
_hm   8/24/2010 2:28:58 PM
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It will be interesting to see Bobcat core and its product derivative in Embedded Systems market. Do this processor have special feature as regards to Real Time OS? Will AMD make this processor for Military temperature range, -55 C to 90 C and will it have WiDi capability?

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re: Hot Chips: Inside AMD's Bulldozer, Bobcat
rick merritt   8/24/2010 2:00:03 PM
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Will Bulldozer plow a new level in multicore processing, packing elements of multiple cores into one?

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