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Old Apr 27, 2011, 02:33 PM   #1
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AMD Rage3D Editorial: Microsoft, AMD and ARM - The Future of Fusion

AMD bringing Microsoft to their recently announced Fusion Developer Conference makes sense. ARM? Well, it gives a nice insight into where AMD's Fusion APU strategy could take them, powered by a heterogeneous compute platform: OpenCL.

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Default great article

interesting. this doesn't look trivial at all, i get the feeling that the tech industry will look quite a bit different by the end of 2011.

is that unnamed company Oracle by any chance?
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