Despite $462 Million in sales the last quarter, AMD has been losing money on Spanison. In the past AMD has had supply issues with certain products, and a large part of the loss was credited several months ago to inability to satisfy demand. With another company giving them a boost, it might turn around. These new chips will be based on a 110nm process, and will go in a variety of products, including wireless devices. As a historical note, AMD, much like Intel, started out by producing memory. Microprocessors were a far cry from what they originally set out to do.
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