AMD Bites Back at Supercomputing Show

December 2003
Electronic News;12/8/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 49, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Deals with the claim of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) that its Opteron processor has appeared four times for its debut on the Top500 Supercomputer list, at the Supercomputing 2003 show. Expectations of Intel on its Thunder supercomputer product; Comments given by Marty Seyer, VP and GEM of microprocessor business unit of AMD, on its AMD Opteron processor; Information on the Top500 Supercomputer list.


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