As PC users increasingly use more visually demanding applications, AMD remains the only company that delivers platforms with balanced performance and superior multimedia and visual computing capabilities. AMD’s strong platform roadmap for 2010 includes (by codename):
• “Danube” - The next AMD mainstream notebook platform featuring the first AMD mobile quad-core processors, “Danube” is expected to offer seven or more hours of battery life;
• “Nile” - The 3rd Generation AMD ultrathin notebook platform, designed to offer seven or more hours of battery life;
• “San Marino” and “Maranello” - Two new DDR3-based server platforms designed for the volume server market. “Maranello,” with the 8- and 12-core “Magny-Cours” processor will represent the beginning of unprecedented leaps in performance-per-watt for AMD Opteron™ processors, while “San Marino” will offer new levels of value and power efficiency for the rapidly growing Web and Cloud Computing segment; and
• “Leo” - The next-generation enthusiast-class desktop PC platform with the industry’s first six-core desktop CPU, expected to deliver the ultimate performance for immersive gaming with support for DirectX® 11 graphics and ATI Eyefinity™ Technology.
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