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AMD will continue to develop chipsets for the Intel platform
AMD sees its first branded chipsets, 690G and 690V, as a very important milestone on its way. DigiTimes spoke with AMD VP Johan Polster on the company’s future chipset development plans.
Polster said the company is not going to abandon the development of new sets of system logic for Intel processors. At the same time, AMD plans to develop its partnership with NVIDIA in the further development of its own platforms.
The main thesis of AMD’s philosophy in terms of platform development is openness to the participation of third-party developers. As proof that the company is following this direction, Polster cites the fact that AMD does not produce its own motherboards, giving more opportunities to partners (a stone in Intel’s vegetable garden?).
The vice president of the company declined to confirm the development of a mobile platform like Centrino, saying that this approach is unacceptable for AMD’s strategy. The unification of final solutions within a single platform will inevitably lead to the fact that the only advantage of a particular manufacturer will be a lower price, and this, in turn, will lead to an overall decrease in the profit received by partners. AMD stands for a variety of products based on its processors.
Finally, in his interview, Polster once again confirmed AMD’s intention to continue to use the ATI brand for all its graphics products.
Well, AMD’s desires are clear, but will Intel want to license a competitor higher FSB frequencies than 1066 MHz, which is the limit for current products for the desktop segment??