AMD unleashes Puma notebook platform
‘Culmination’ of ATI purchase, says chipmaker
AMD has launched its Puma notebook platform which ties the firm’s Turion mobile processors with ATI’s Radeon HD 3000 graphics chips along with a mobile version of AMD’s 780 chipset.
The company expects the system to form the core of its business, consumer and gaming notebook lines.
AMD has been working on the notebook platform since acquiring ATI in 2006.
Scott Shutter, brand manager at AMD’s notebook division, told vnunet.com: ” This really represents a culmination of the acquisition.
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