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AMD Doing Well - PCstats.com AMD Doing Well
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Desktop PC vendors are anticipating rising demand from emerging markets. Intel is definitely on hard times and it's rumored that up to 16000 workers could be reassigned or let go! AMD is definitely doing well and expects 65 nanometer parts in the fourth quarter of 2006.

AMD also hopes to move to 45 nm by mid-2008. The company dropped hints that it will employ 193-nm immersion lithography scanners at the 45-nm node, but it did not elaborate. And it hopes to move to 32 nm by early 2010, executives said.

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