AMD cracks down on Global Foundries

"t seems that the close relationship between AMD and its off-shoot Global Foundries has changed with things getting down to something resembling a proper business agreement. It looks like Global Foundries had been given the lee-way of being paid by AMD even if the chips it made didn't work. Now the pair have changed the agreement covering chips made on 32 nanometer and included in the agreement was the somewhat reasonable demand that AMD only pay for chips that go."

GlobalFoundries Unveiled World's First 28nm Arm Processor

40% increase in computer performance is a significant milestone indeed.. Does this follow Moore's Law if they are not Intel? lol. Bring on the power!

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