Q. Can you give us a sense as to the success you're having selling Opteron, the Interlagos into the data centers? A. I think server is another one of these key areas that we're seeing a change in the marketplace. We're approaching an inflection point. There's no doubt in my mind that we're seeing a breakdown in some of the proprietary control points that have dominated the market for years. And I think in the server space, based on what's happening in the cloud, what's happening around convergence, the types of workloads that are going to be driven through these mega data centers, these cloud data centers, the kinds of solutions that are going to be created going forward are going to be tailored to very unique almost server appliances that allow us in dense kinds of solutions to introduce, I don't know, disruptive, really disruptive server plate that allows us to win. You'll see us continue to focus in the high-performance computing market, because that's always a forerunner of where next technology is going. We've got a strong foothold there. Continue to build on the database work that -- I mean, the traditional data center work that we're doing with the kinds of work around virtualization and around certain workload segments where our type of architecture really plays. And you'll see us get really aggressive around this disruptive play as we move forward.
they better do something. Intel always seems to make a tone of money each quarter, and they dont seem to be slowing down.
I hope that they can keep on keeping on. I just can't imagine what Intel would do with the price of computing without AMD in the picture.
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I used to pull for AMD until they bought ATI. It seems to have been headed downhill ever since.
I think amd bought ATI for its Strategy of the APU, as faar as i know the purchase of ATI was just the best they did + Releasing its new GPU 7970 and 7950 before Nvidia, Keppler GPU was just a home run.
Shame. I don't think they went downhill with the purchase of ATI; I mean it's Phenom II processors were good, they just need to get their heads out of the sand.
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I agree that the Phenom's are a solid desktop processor, but as a whole I think ATI hurt them.
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