AMD updates its 2011-2012 roadmaps

ADM has published an updated document with details of future product codenames and its release dates.

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Today ADM has published an updated document with details of future product codenames and its release dates.

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"Northern Islands"
Market: Discrete GPUs
What is it? AMD graphics cards branded as the AMD Radeon™ HD 6000 family. Based on 40nm process technology, feature AMD’s second generation of DirectX® 11-capable GPU technology, AMD Eyefinity technology and tremendous power efficiency.
When? Starting from Q4 2010.
"Barts"
Market: Discrete GPUs.
What is it? AMD Radeon™ HD 6800 series GPUs featuring AMD’s second-generation Microsoft DirectX® 11-capable architecture, best-in-class energy efficiency, and a feature set including AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology.
When? Introduced on 22nd of October 2010.
"Cayman"
Market: Discrete GPUs.
What is it? Second-generation DirectX® 11-capable GPU to launch in the “Northern Islands” family, will be branded AMD Radeon™ HD 69XX graphics processors.
When? Q4 2010.
"Antilles"
Market: Discrete GPUs в секторе ultra-enthusiasts.
What is it? AMD Radeon™ HD 6000 Series graphics card for ultra-enthusiasts that will feature two GPUs on one board.
When?Q1 2011.
"Vancouver"

Market: Notebook.
What is it? Next generation discrete GPU option for mainstream and high-performance notebook segments.
When? 1H 2011.

Processors

AMD desktop processor roadmap

AMD portable device processor roadmap

AMD server processor roadmap

AMD product codename decoding

APU
APU (accelerated processing unit) — a new generation of processors that combine either low-power or high-performance x86 CPU cores with the latest GPU technology (such as DirectX® 11) on a single die.
When? Q1 2011
"Brazos"
Market: Value Mainstream Notebooks, HD Netbooks and Small Form Factor Desktops
What is it? Brazos — AMD’s 2011 low-power platform, available with two APUs — Zacate и Ontario.
When? Q1 2011
"Bobcat"
Market: Multiple devices, including notebooks ultrathin, HD netbooks and small form factor desktops.
What is it? A sub-one watt capable x86 CPU core that first comes to market in the “Ontario” and “Zacate” Accelerated Processing Units (APU) for mainstream, ultrathin, value, and netbook form factors as well as small form factor desktop solutions. “Bobcat” is designed to be an extremely small, highly flexible, out-of-order execution x86 core that easily can be scaled up and combined with other IP in SoC configurations.
When? Q1 2011
"Ontario"
Market: Primarily ultrathin notebooks and HD netbooks.
What is it? A 9W APU featuring dual or single “Bobcat” x86 cores currently planned to be marketed as the C Series, and primarily intended to serve the low power and highly portable PC markets for netbooks and small form factor desktops and devices.
When? Q1 2011
"Zacate"
Market:Mainstream notebook and desktop.
What is it?Currently planned to be marketed as the E Series – is an 18-watt TDP APU (feature low-power “Bobcat” CPU cores) for ultrathin, mainstream and value notebooks as well as desktops and all-in-ones with support of DirectX 11 technology
When? Q1 2011
"Llano"
Market: Performance and mainstream Notebooks and Desktops.
What is it? Part of the “Sabine” platform, “Llano” is a 32nm APU including up to four x86 cores and a DirectX® 11-capable GPU, primarily intended for performance and mainstream notebooks and mainstream desktops. “Llano” is engineered to deliver impressive visual computing experiences, outstanding performance with low power and long battery life.
When? Mid-2011
"Champlain"
Market: Notebooks and Desktops.
What is it? CPU for notebooks and desktops.
Когда: 1H 2010.
"Danube"
Market: Mainstream notebook platform Notebook.
What is it? Mainstream notebook platform with DirectX® 10.1-capable IGP and DDR3 memory for high performance with optimum efficiency. Includes DirectX® 11-capable discrete graphics options. This platform will receive a refresh in the form of faster CPU speeds and updated capabilities for DirectX® 11 graphics during 1H 2011.
When? May 2010; refreshed platform to be introduced 1H 2011
"Wichita"
Market: Value Mainstream Notebooks, Ultrathins and HD Netbooks
What is it? APU for low-power form factors.
When? 2012.
"Bulldozer"
Market: Server and Client
What is it? A multi-threaded high-performance x86 CPU core contained in the “Zambezi” processor for client PCs and “Interlagos” and “Valencia” processors for servers. Included in the “Scorpius” enthusiast desktop PC platform and “Maranello”, “Adelaide”, and “San Marino” server platforms, “Bulldozer” is designed to be a completely new, high performance architecture that employs a new approach to multithreaded compute performance for achieving advanced efficiency and throughput. “Bulldozer” is designed to give AMD an exceptional CPU option for linking with GPUs in highly scalable, single-chip APU configurations. “Bulldozer” offers AMD another exceptional CPU option for combining with GPUs in highly scalable, single chip APU configurations, beginning in 2012 APU designs.
When? Client (1H 2011); Server (2H 2011)
"Valencia"
Market: 1P and 2P Server.
What is it? Six- or eight-core 32nm processor for 1P and 2P markets, based on the new “Bulldozer” processor core. Will be branded as the AMD Opteron™ 4200 Series processor and will be supported by the AMD Opteron™ 4000 Series platform ("San Marino") or the ultra low-power “Adelaide” platform for socket C32.
When? 2H 2011.
"Interlagos"
Market: 2P and 4P.
What is it? 8-, 12- or 16-core 32nm server processor for 2P and 4P markets, based on the new “Bulldozer” processor core. Will carry the AMD Opteron™ 6200 Series processor brand and be supported by the AMD Opteron™ 6000 Series (“Maranello”) platform for socket G34.
When? 2H 2011
"Zambezi"
Market: Enthusiast Desktop.
What is it? Four-, six-, or eight-core 32-nm AM3 socket desktop processor based on the “Bulldozer” processor architecture for the enthusiast market..
When? 1H 2011.
"Sepang"
Market: Server.
What is it? Server CPU with up to 10 next-generation “Bulldozer” CPU cores targeting 2-way highly energy efficient and cost optimized Socket C2012 platforms. Complete with three-channel DDR3 memory and integrated PCIe Gen3 I/O.
When? 2012.
"Terramar"
Market: Server.
What is it? Server CPU with up to 20 next-generation “Bulldozer” CPU cores targeting the 2- and 4-way performance-per-watt and expandable Socket G2012 platforms. Complete with quad-channel DDR3 memory and integrated PCIe Gen3 I/O.
When? 2012.
"Komodo"
Market: Server and Performance Desktops
What is it? “Komodo” is AMD’s next generation CPU and is primarily intended for servers and high-performance desktops. “Komodo” will feature next-generation “Bulldozer” CPU cores and, in desktop PC platforms, is designed to couple with DirectX® 11 GPUs to provide enthusiast-level system performance.
When? 2012.

Source: AMD

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