It will have to remain an enigmatic parable for the time being.
There's content enough to puzzle over - seeing where the pieces fit, arrayed upon the field of players will provide an answer - but only to the persistent challenger...,
Alms for the man's effort.
Not the greatest timing for such a call.
Putting my ear to the track I can hear an announcement coming, a large announcement, an announcement long in the making, an announcement that will repair past humiliations...,
With all respect to Mr. Berger, he did go to a good school, his conclusion that AMD will gain 3 to 5 points of market share is nuts. Anytime Intel decides, AMD loses market share. He did work at Intel....? Should know that.
AMD's early benchmarks on Bulldozer are more like "lawn mower" and Sandy Bridge is, and will remain, in a compelling price/performance/watt position. AMD is hoping we all want eight cores, what they will do for you is still a mystical question. Not replicating the FPU on each core was innovative.
I disagree with Craig's review. I wouldn't buy Intel stock because Apple is changing the PC landscape (with the iPad) and Intel has not responded appropriately - yet, but hell no, not AMD!
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