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We have managed to find out that not only Advance Micro Devices and presumably ServerWorks will offer their own chipsets to support AMD Opteron platform at its launch. Another company will reportedly roll out its core-logic for the server version of AMD x86-64 processors and will even open a door to the totally new market for itself.

We do not name this company at this point because you know it quite well and we write loads of news about it very often. I am sure that you will guess its name easily if you use your imagination a bit of intuition and a grain of common sense.

Expect the core-logic product to support one or maybe two Socket 940 Opteron processors, as all the other necessary features and capabilities needed for a good workstation or even an entry-level server based on AMD x86-64 processors.

And stay tuned with X-bit labs.


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