Second, it's obvious this is coming from the SeaMicro part of AMD, and they are upset with Intel because Intel's consistent and persistent failures with Atom have caused problems for them.
Atom is a perfect example for anyone who thinks Intel can dominate any market they choose to be in. So far, all they do is fail with this chip.
Try buying a low-power Mini-ITX motherboard. For AMD, they got good chips (E2-1800), but you can't get a motherboard. Great job there, AMD. Intel, you can get motherboards, but even if you're willing to put up with the low performance of Atom, you can't use 64-bit Windows with their newest chips.
They've failed in tablets, they've failed in phones. The Atom is a chip that takes too much power for these devices, and is too slow for a real computer. It's failed.
Bobcat/Jaguar is clearly the better product, but AMD hasn't capitalized on it, and outside of Zotac, it's almost impossible to get it on anything but a laptop.
Both are screwing up, just in different ways.