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Old 11-13-2008, 01:40 PM   #1
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LXer: AMD Unveils a Server Chip Called Shanghai


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Advanced Micro Devices is releasing a computer chip that could give it a much-needed boost against bigger rival Intel. On Nov. 13, AMD unveiled a processor, code-named Shanghai, for use in servers, the powerful computers that run corporate networks. Unlike other recent chips from AMD, Shanghai is being released on time, and it will be more versatile than a comparable chip due to be released from Intel in the coming days. AMD says Shanghai will perform 35% better than its previous generation of server chips while decreasing power requirements by 35%, a combination that should help customers reduce operational costs while boosting efficiency.

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