AMD announces new roadmap: San Diego, Odessa, Athens
Today AMD posted new processor roadmap.
What strikes first: new 90-nm chips are scheduled to 2004 only instead of late 2003 as before. In H1 2004 we should expect new 90-nm Athens to replace server AMD Opteron (SledgeHammer), San Diego – to replace desktop ClawHammers, and Odessa – to replace Mobile Athlon with ClawHammer core. In other words, all three should replace chips not volume-produced today. This provokes a feeling that, most likely, the company means to simply redesign chips for newer process technology, not to release new cores.
Also note the disappearance of ClawHammer DP from the roadmap, that was intended for 1-2-processor servers.
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