"Benefit" of smaller market share

Article: AMD's Mobile Strategy
By: Paul A. Clayton (paaronclayton.delete@this.gmail.com), December 20, 2011 8:45 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
gallier2 (gallier2@gmx.de) on 12/20/11 wrote:
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>How many $1K chips does Intel sell in comparison to <$200
>chips? Yeah, not much. Why would it be better for AMD to
>try to sell to that dwindling demographic (gamers
>with more cash than brain)?

Not that the numbers would work out this way nor that
Intel would be likely to allow AMD such a foothold, but
if AMD had 15% of the market by revenue and effectively
none of the high end, then gaining 90% of the top 1% of the
market with 10 times greater average selling price of
AMD's current overall ASP would allow a AMD to lose 40% of
it revenue in other chips (whether from lower ASPs or
lower volume).

In addition, there might be some boost in the brand value
among the extreme gamer wannabe population (who might buy
a less overpriced CPU and recommend AMD to less technical
friends--not based on actual value but 'coolness') as well
as some of the market in general. AMD did afterall go to
the effort to get a Guinness World's Record for CPU clock
frequency.

>Don't forget, the good enough is the worst brake in CPU
>developement. To give an example, I have an AMD Phenom II
>720 in my PC and I don't need a (CPU) upgrade anytime
>soon. More disk, maybe SSD, a second screen, but CPU
>power, certainly not. For the few CPU intensive tasks I
>happen to do (video transcoding), it makes no difference
>if it takes 30min or 4 hours.

With the emphasis on batter-powered devices, it is not
clear that Microsoft and its associated ISVs can develop
software that is perceived to be necessary and can
adequately drain the CPU performance glut, especially with
GPU offload of DSP-like tasks (possibly speech recognition).

If one could reuse the display of laptops as one can a
desktop, I suspect that lower-end systems would be
attractive to a larger fraction of consumers. (Though
looking at how uncommon small form factor desktops are,
this kind of change may be unattractive to the mainstream
OEMs. The increase in sales volume may not compensate for
the significant drop in ASPs.) Even for laptops that are
typically plugged in, battery life is not likely to exceed
four years (I am guessing), so that relatively expensive
component could probably not be reused.

(Side rant: I am disappointed that inexpensive,
low-capacity, moderate performance solid state storage is
not broadly available. The emphasis on capacity and
performance--while perhaps appropriate initially--seems to
be ignoring the scalability aspect of sold-state [having a
relatively low fixed cost component compared to disk] and
the power and form-factor [and to a lesser extent now,
noise] advantages.)

Of course, people (including me) are hesitant to purchase
re-manufactured systems (if one has to buy an extended
warranty to feel comfortable, one is losing much of the
price savings and there is the inconvenience of sending in
the computer for repair/replacement, especially if that
means being without a computer for weeks) and a quick cheap
system upgrade service does not seem to be provided
(partially because systems tend not to be designed for
repair--form factor and manufacturability are more
important--and partially because this would be a new
service that might eat out profits from established
sellers).

A rent-to-own business might be able to enter this niche.
Such a business could provide a temporary computer while a
system is in for repairs (or even if a system upgrade will
take a significant amount of time)--having a local physical
presence can be helpful.

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            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/17 05:56 AM
              Thumb vs ARM instruction countsnone2011/12/17 10:15 AM
                Thumb vs ARM instruction countsWilco2011/12/22 06:50 AM
                  Thumb vs ARM instruction countsExophase2011/12/22 07:56 AM
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                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/15 11:27 PM
                    Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Paul A. Clayton2011/12/15 08:20 PM
                      Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Linus Torvalds2011/12/16 11:09 AM
                        Is scalar x86 decode that easy?EduardoS2011/12/17 09:03 AM
                        Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Ricardo B2011/12/17 01:21 PM
                          Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Megol2011/12/18 04:23 AM
                            Is scalar x86 decode that easy?rwessel2011/12/18 09:04 AM
                              Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Megol2011/12/18 09:38 AM
                              Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Linus Torvalds2011/12/18 11:15 AM
                                Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Ricardo B2011/12/18 12:57 PM
                                  Is scalar x86 decode that easy?Linus Torvalds2011/12/18 01:49 PM
                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/15 11:00 PM
                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV anon2011/12/17 11:13 AM
                      Conditional comparesMichael S2011/12/17 12:05 PM
                        Conditional comparesEduardoS2011/12/17 12:32 PM
                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/15 04:56 PM
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                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/16 09:01 AM
                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/16 01:33 PM
                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/16 05:30 PM
                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV rwessel2011/12/16 11:51 PM
                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Octoploid2011/12/17 06:46 AM
                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/17 09:56 AM
                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/17 06:45 AM
                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/17 10:31 AM
                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV anon2011/12/21 08:12 AM
                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV David Kanter2011/12/17 01:16 PM
                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/17 02:30 PM
                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV none2011/12/17 04:00 PM
                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/17 04:29 PM
                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/17 04:45 PM
                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 09:24 AM
                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/20 12:07 PM
                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 06:19 PM
                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV EduardoS2011/12/20 06:40 PM
                                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 07:02 PM
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                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 07:59 PM
                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Michael S2011/12/21 02:49 AM
                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 09:10 AM
                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV gallier22011/12/21 05:41 AM
                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/21 06:43 AM
                                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Seni2011/12/21 08:28 AM
                                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/21 10:59 AM
                                              Cortex A9 latenciesS. Rao2011/12/21 08:12 PM
                                                Cortex A9 latenciesWilco2011/12/22 03:59 AM
                                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV gallier22011/12/22 12:25 AM
                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 08:42 AM
                                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV gallier22011/12/22 01:02 AM
                                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/22 04:44 AM
                                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV gallier22011/12/22 06:57 AM
                                    (in)visibility of ISA featureshobold2011/12/21 05:27 AM
                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/20 06:51 PM
                                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 07:13 PM
                                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV EduardoS2011/12/20 07:41 PM
                                    second to that (NT)Michael S2011/12/21 01:37 AM
                                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/20 08:03 PM
                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/20 10:05 PM
                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Seni2011/12/21 01:22 AM
                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 08:28 AM
                                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Seni2011/12/21 09:06 AM
                                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 09:33 AM
                                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Seni2011/12/21 10:03 AM
                                                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 10:33 AM
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                                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/21 10:12 PM
                                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV anonymous2011/12/22 01:27 AM
                                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/22 07:27 AM
                                                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Brett2011/12/21 10:36 PM
                                            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/21 04:34 PM
                                              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Seni2011/12/21 05:53 PM
                                                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/22 05:42 AM
                                                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV David Kanter2011/12/22 04:29 PM
                                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/22 06:17 PM
                                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV David Kanter2011/12/22 07:23 PM
                                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Exophase2011/12/22 08:27 PM
                                                          Confused by AVX....David Kanter2011/12/22 11:05 PM
                                                            Celeron, PentiumMichael S2011/12/23 12:15 AM
                                                            Confused by AVX....S. Rao2011/12/23 12:27 AM
                                                            Confused by AVX....Gabriele Svelto2011/12/23 12:33 AM
                                                              Confused by AVX....David Kanter2011/12/23 11:58 AM
                                                                Confused by AVX....Gabriele Svelto2011/12/23 01:44 PM
                                      Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Michael S2011/12/21 01:55 AM
                                        Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Wilco2011/12/21 07:35 AM
                                          Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Brett2011/12/21 11:20 PM
                                            Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Exophase2011/12/22 07:32 AM
                                              Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)iz2011/12/22 04:45 PM
                                        Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Exophase2011/12/21 08:34 AM
                                          Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Wilco2011/12/21 03:29 PM
                                            Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Exophase2011/12/22 07:37 AM
                                              Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Brett2011/12/22 10:59 PM
                                          Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Konrad Schwarz2011/12/27 04:07 AM
                                        Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)stubar2011/12/21 02:00 PM
                                          Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Exophase2011/12/21 02:25 PM
                                            Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Wilco2011/12/21 03:30 PM
                                              Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)anon2011/12/21 08:20 PM
                                                Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Wilco2011/12/22 04:50 AM
                                                  Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)anon2011/12/22 05:11 AM
                                                    Load Single Register (pc-relative, literal load)Wilco2011/12/22 06:25 AM
                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/21 07:18 PM
                                        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/22 05:07 AM
                                          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/22 09:56 AM
                                            idle philosophizing about localityhobold2011/12/23 07:26 AM
                                              Streaming needs regularity, not locality (NT)Rohit2011/12/23 12:32 PM
                                                Streaming needs regularity, not localityiz2011/12/23 11:38 PM
                                                Streaming needs regularity, not localityhobold2011/12/24 03:49 AM
                                                  Streaming needs regularity, not localityRohit2011/12/24 07:52 AM
                                                  Streaming needs regularity, not localityEBFE2011/12/25 05:30 PM
                                                    Streaming needs regularity, not localityRohit2011/12/25 08:42 PM
                                                      Streaming needs regularity, not localityEBFE2011/12/25 10:49 PM
                                                        Streaming needs regularity, not localityRohit2011/12/26 08:53 AM
                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV mpx2011/12/21 01:57 AM
                                      ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV John Yates2011/12/26 09:46 AM
                                        Apollo Computer's DN10KBrett2011/12/26 05:56 PM
                                          Apollo Computer's DN10Kpeter huisken2011/12/27 06:40 AM
                                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV gallier22011/12/21 05:56 AM
                              ALU with shift; post-adjust, memcpyMichael S2011/12/21 02:22 AM
                                ALU with shift; post-adjust, memcpyExophase2011/12/21 08:02 AM
                                  memcpyMichael S2011/12/21 09:36 AM
                                    memcpyExophase2011/12/21 10:15 AM
                                    memcpyWilco2011/12/21 05:06 PM
                                      memcpyanon2011/12/21 08:15 PM
                                      memcpyMichael S2011/12/21 11:12 PM
                                        memcpyWilco2011/12/22 05:20 AM
                          Other x86 uop tricksDavid Kanter2011/12/20 06:21 PM
                            Other x86 uop tricksanon2011/12/20 06:35 PM
                              Other x86 uop tricksMichael S2011/12/21 02:55 AM
                            Other x86 uop tricksanon2011/12/20 06:53 PM
                            Other x86 uop tricksExophase2011/12/20 06:54 PM
                      stwxMichael S2011/12/17 09:46 AM
                        stwxWilco2011/12/17 10:33 AM
                          stwxMichael S2011/12/17 12:12 PM
            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV mpx2011/12/16 10:06 AM
              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/16 10:17 AM
                Reason for shared decoderPaul A. Clayton2011/12/16 10:45 AM
                  Reason for shared decoderanon2011/12/16 05:37 PM
                    Reason for shared decodermpx2011/12/17 05:20 AM
                      Reason for shared decoderanon2011/12/17 03:19 PM
                        Reason for shared decodermpx2011/12/18 06:21 AM
                          Reason for shared decoderanon2011/12/18 07:30 AM
                          Reason for shared decoderKira2011/12/18 08:00 PM
                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV mpx2011/12/17 04:40 AM
                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/17 11:06 AM
                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV mpx2011/12/17 02:17 PM
        ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Wilco2011/12/15 11:10 PM
          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV David Kanter2011/12/16 03:19 AM
          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/16 09:14 AM
          ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Eugene Nalimov2011/12/16 10:07 AM
            ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Michael S2011/12/18 06:25 AM
              ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/18 11:48 AM
                ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Michael S2011/12/18 03:01 PM
                  ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/18 04:21 PM
                    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV Linus Torvalds2011/12/18 06:56 PM
      x86 compatibility is not as important as Microsoft compatibilityBrett2011/12/15 07:13 PM
      You're completley missing the pictureDaniel Bizo2011/12/16 07:12 AM
        Missed referencesDaniel Bizo2011/12/16 07:16 AM
          Missed referencesnone2011/12/16 08:17 AM
            Missed referencesDaniel Bizo2011/12/16 08:29 AM
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    ARM vs. x86 is irrelevant from an energy efficiency POV someone2011/12/15 12:19 PM
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        AMD's Mobile StrategyMegol2011/12/17 09:10 AM
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      AMD's Mobile StrategyMichael S2011/12/17 10:55 AM
  AMD's Mobile StrategyBill Henkel2011/12/16 05:54 PM
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      6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorBill Henkel2011/12/19 07:21 PM
        6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorgallier22011/12/20 12:31 AM
          "Benefit" of smaller market sharePaul A. Clayton2011/12/20 08:45 AM
            scalability of flash SSDSeni2011/12/20 10:22 AM
              USB drive price-point practical?Paul A. Clayton2011/12/20 11:49 AM
                USB drive price-point practical?Seni2011/12/20 01:02 PM
                  A minor comment on utilityPaul A. Clayton2011/12/20 02:19 PM
                    A minor comment on utilitySeni2011/12/20 02:35 PM
                    A minor comment on utilityFoo_2011/12/21 06:06 AM
                      100" Big screen.pH72011/12/26 11:37 AM
                USB drive price-point practical?David Hess2011/12/20 04:25 PM
                  USB drive price-point practical?iz2011/12/20 05:08 PM
                    USB drive price-point practical?David Hess2011/12/21 06:54 AM
                      USB drive price-point practical?iz2011/12/21 10:21 PM
                  USB drive price-point practical?Ungo2011/12/20 05:36 PM
                    USB drive price-point practical?David Hess2011/12/21 06:48 AM
              scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/20 02:50 PM
                scalability of flash SSDSeni2011/12/20 05:41 PM
                  scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/20 05:50 PM
                    scalability of flash SSDSeni2011/12/20 06:24 PM
                      scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/20 06:51 PM
                        scalability of flash SSDanon2011/12/21 03:03 AM
                          scalability of flash SSDanon2011/12/21 04:21 AM
                            scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/21 12:32 PM
                              scalability of flash SSDanon2011/12/21 02:49 PM
                                scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/21 03:58 PM
                                  scalability of flash SSDanon2011/12/21 08:00 PM
                                    scalability of flash SSDEduardoS2011/12/22 01:58 AM
                                    scalability of flash SSDRicardo B2011/12/22 07:36 AM
              scalability of flash SSDWes Felter2011/12/20 04:53 PM
                scalability of flash SSDSeni2011/12/20 05:24 PM
                scalability of flash SSDiz2011/12/20 05:29 PM
        6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorExophase2011/12/20 08:05 AM
          6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorEduardoS2011/12/20 02:58 PM
            6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorExophase2011/12/20 05:13 PM
              6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorEduardoS2011/12/20 05:43 PM
                6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorExophase2011/12/21 10:36 AM
                  6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorSeni2011/12/21 11:11 AM
                    6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorExophase2011/12/21 11:26 AM
                  Diatomic Helium? (NT)Paul A. Clayton2011/12/21 02:50 PM
                    Sorry, should have read further in thread! (NT)Paul A. Clayton2011/12/21 02:52 PM
      6 GHz 2-core water-cooled processorsomeone2011/12/20 09:09 AM
        Per-core licensing fees.mpx2011/12/21 02:07 AM
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      L4 CacheDavid Kanter2011/12/30 08:34 PM
        L4 CacheEduardoS2011/12/31 02:42 PM
          L4 CacheExophase2011/12/31 04:37 PM
      Need for speedDoug Siebert2011/12/31 12:07 PM
        Need for speedAlex M2012/01/06 02:38 PM
          Need for speedDoug Siebert2012/01/06 06:51 PM
        Need for speedTom J2012/01/10 03:44 PM
          Need for speedrwessel2012/01/10 04:30 PM
      L4 CacheRicardo B2011/12/31 01:25 PM
        L4 CacheBill Henkel2012/01/03 05:33 PM
          L4 CacheDavid Kanter2012/01/03 07:54 PM
            L4 Cache--not quite that bad?Paul A. Clayton2012/01/04 12:10 PM
              L4 Cache--not quite that bad?David Kanter2012/01/04 03:59 PM
                L4 Cache--not so bad (for Intel/IBM perhaps)Paul A. Clayton2012/01/04 07:01 PM
                L4 CacheBill Henkel2012/01/05 04:50 PM
                  Integration class price/performance tradeoffs?Paul A. Clayton2012/01/06 02:26 PM
                    Integration class price/performance tradeoffs?David Kanter2012/01/06 05:29 PM
                      InterposersMark Roulo2012/01/09 08:43 AM
                        InterposersDavid Kanter2012/01/10 11:13 AM
                    Integration class price/performance tradeoffs?Bill Henkel2012/01/06 05:52 PM
                      Beware of invention-stealing time travelers :-)Paul A. Clayton2012/01/06 07:31 PM
                        AMD PrototypePoindexter2012/01/07 05:20 AM
                    L4 Cache with Silicon InterposerTom J2012/01/08 04:50 PM
              L4 Cache--not quite that bad?rwessel2012/01/04 06:20 PM
                Temptation for expensive optimizationsPaul A. Clayton2012/01/04 07:20 PM
            L4 CacheDan Fay2012/01/04 04:51 PM
              L4 CacheRicardo B2012/01/04 05:39 PM
                L4 CacheDan Fay2012/01/04 05:57 PM
              L4 CacheKevin G2012/01/06 08:02 AM
          L4 CacheRicardo B2012/01/04 05:29 PM
            L4 CacheMichael S2012/01/05 06:21 AM
              L4 CacheRicardo B2012/01/05 10:01 AM
              L4 CacheRicardo B2012/01/06 05:06 AM
                L4 CacheMichael S2012/01/06 06:35 AM
                  Non-latency advantagesPaul A. Clayton2012/01/06 02:04 PM
                    Non-latency advantagesRicardo B2012/01/06 05:12 PM
                      Tag check delay??Paul A. Clayton2012/01/06 06:05 PM
                        Tag check delay??Ricardo B2012/01/06 07:18 PM
                          Thanks for sharingPaul A. Clayton2012/01/06 07:46 PM
            L4 Cachesomeone2012/01/08 04:06 PM
              L4 CacheRicardo B2012/01/08 05:28 PM
      L4 CacheVincent Diepeveen2012/01/08 01:11 PM
        L4 CacheJouni Osmala2012/01/09 02:24 AM
  Value of x86 in ServersGeorge Baker2012/01/04 09:55 AM
    Value of x86 in ServersDavid Kanter2012/01/05 01:40 AM
      Value of x86 in Serversrwessel2012/01/05 02:27 AM
        Value of x86 in ServersDavid Kanter2012/01/05 03:49 AM
      Value of x86 in ServersKira2012/01/09 04:22 PM
        Value of x86 in ServersJoel2012/01/09 08:20 PM
    Value of x86 in ServersDan Fay2012/01/05 08:03 AM
    Value of x86 in ServersAlex M2012/01/06 03:23 PM
    Value of x86 in ServersTom J2012/01/10 03:25 PM
      Value of x86 in Serversanon2012/01/11 11:44 AM
        Value of x86 in ServersGregory2012/01/12 05:11 PM
          x86 complexity or high-performance complexity?Paul A. Clayton2012/01/12 05:52 PM
          Value of x86 in ServersMichael S2012/01/13 05:39 AM
            Value of x86 in ServersRicardo B2012/01/13 02:14 PM
              Value of x86 in ServersMichael S2012/01/14 11:22 AM
  Heterogeneous ComputingAlex M2012/01/06 04:10 AM
    Thoughput != SIMDPaul A. Clayton2012/01/06 04:10 PM
  AMD's Processor StrategyJason Chan2012/01/10 05:06 AM
    AMD's Processor StrategyMark Roulo2012/01/10 05:21 PM
      AMD's Processor StrategyMegol2012/01/11 02:51 AM
        AMD's Processor StrategyDavid Hess2012/01/11 09:46 AM
    AMD's Processor StrategyAzazel2012/01/12 08:46 PM
      AMD's Processor StrategyVincent Diepeveen2012/01/13 05:28 AM
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