He didn't even mention Kaveri and hUMA.
The ability of the CPU & GPU to share memory is very interesting.
With hUMA, the CPU can simply pass a memory address to the GPU,
rather than having to copy data to GPU memory.
Anyone who hasn't used a current gen APU needs to try it,
and I am excited to see what Kaveri can do
2 different analyst asked about this on the latest earnings call.
Joe Moore - Morgan Stanley - Analyst
John Pitzer - Credit Suisse - Analyst
Do you have an inventory target for the December quarter, and can you just bring us up to speed on
where we stand with the wafer supply agreement with GLOBALFOUNDRIES for this year relative to
your obligations that you had in Q3, Q4?
And both times they were told... we got this.
Devinder Kumar - Advanced Micro Devices Inc - SVP and CFO
Talking about the WSA from GLOBALFOUNDRIES, we're on track to meet the commitment for the
2013 WSA. And on the 2014, if that's what you're referring to, we are in discussion to figure out
the pricing and the wafer volumes for 2014, and I expect those to close within the next 30 to 60 days.
I am thinking Stacy slept in on the day on the earnings call.
Specifically about the AMD GPU, they said
"It's really what's on the inside that counts, of course, and what's inside this box is impressive. The PlayStation 4 has a custom processor with eight AMD Jaguar CPU cores, and a next-gen Radeon GPU."
"It adds up to a console that’s incredibly powerful and is able to play graphically intensive games up to 1080p at 60 frames per second. But Sony missed a couple of important future-proofing opportunities."