AMD advances ARM chip strategy with "Seattle" project

06/18/2013 | PCWorld

Advanced Micro Devices announced it will begin applying technology used in smartphone processors to its server line, with the release next year of a new suite of 16 CPU core ARM chips that the company says will be four times faster than its Opteron x86 chips. The 64-bit chips, called Seattle, will be established on AMD's flagship Cortex-A57 processor design and will compete with chips from Intel, AppliedMicro and Calxeda when they hit the market in the second half of 2014.

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