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 Sep 10, 2007 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
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Let the shootout begin - AMD's officially launched their quad-core processors.

AMD, however, appears unfazed by its competitor's head start and is confident its "native" quad-core design will trump Intel's version of quad-core processor in terms of performance and power efficiencies.

"Choice is good, [and] customers should have choice. Let the best platform win," John Fruehe, worldwide business development manager for AMD's server and workstation division, said at a media briefing held here last month. He noted that since the first Opteron was introduced in the market three years ago, 90 percent of the systems manufacturers that cover the addressable market server offer AMD's Opteron.
Here's hoping AMD can pick things back up.

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