I get the feeling that AMD is going to own this market segment in the future, especially after bulldozers launch. I just hope this is enough for AMD to stick around and continue to develop processors. I really like the way AMD has been sticking its neck out and going a different developmental route than Intel. It certainly keeps things more interesting for techies like us and helps the consumer in the long run. As for intel, well to be honest i sorta always expect intel to do well. I am interested to see how cedar trail performs, but i still think AMD's 28nm apus (They're basically SOC's!) are going to generally out perform them. Good luck to both companies, although i doubt intel needs it.
If AMD can get their chips out to market faster they would be doing nice.
There is strong demand for their APU's but they do you no good if you cannot fill orders.
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