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Saturday April 30, 2011

AMD Not Pursuing ARM License, Sticking to X86

AMD has announced that it will not be procuring an ARM license as many had expected. Speculation ran high this week over AMD’s future ARM development because of ARM’s vice president was invited to speak at the AMD Developer Conference in June.

Like AMD, ARM is developing multicore CPUs and programmable graphics cores, which are important in handling multimedia

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