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|     January 2011
  Introducing the Next Generation of Processor: The AMD Fusion APU
Revolutionary. That's the word that best describes the APU (Accelerated Processor Unit) AMD unveiled January 6, 2011. For the first time, rich graphics and powerful processing technology come together in one small, energy-efficient design—with the CPU and GPU joined on a single chip—enabling the kind of accelerated performance and industry-leading visual experience today's mainstream PC buyer wants, at an undeniable value.

» APUs Overview: Harnessing the Power of the APU


CRN names the AMD Opteron™-powered Dell PowerEdge R815 "Server of the Year"

Dell PowerEdge R815
» Read more about the award
» Learn more about the Server
 

In this issue:
»  How to Sell the New AMD E-350 APU Platform
»  The new AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M Series – Mobile Graphics Redefined
»  How to Position AMD GPUs for Mainstream PC Buyers
»  Targeted approach: AMD's Fusion Partner Program one year in
 

How to Sell the New AMD E-350 APU Platform


AMD APU Chip and images of what can be done with itThe AMD E-350 APU Platform is poised to redefine low-power small PCs, with an HD experience at an affordable price. Three pillars central to its mainstream market potential are:
  • Superior Price/Performance
  • Breathtaking HD Content
  • Sleek Form Factors
» Learn More: Selling the New AMD E-350 APU Platform
 
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   The Channel Insider
  Catch up on the latest blogs:
»  Video: AMD Sees SMB, Emerging Markets As Keys To Growth
»  PC Ecosystem to Unleash the Power of AMD Fusion Technology
»  New Year's Power Resolutions for 2011
 
   New Training Courses
»  AMD E-350 APU Platform
 
   More Resources
»  InsideHPC: Podcast: A Sneak Peek at AMD's 16-core Bulldozer
Listen to the podcast featuring John Fruehe, Director of Product Marketing for Server/Workstation products, discuss AMD's momentum in the HPC market.
»  White paper: Supercomputing from Idea to Reality
»  For the latest marketing assets, visit Market Builder today
 

The new AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M Series – Mobile Graphics Redefined


AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M ChipIntroducing the AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M series - AMD's next generation of mobile discrete graphics - designed to deliver an incredible visual experience for notebook users on-the-go.

The AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M series graphics enables notebooks to deliver a rich and improved visual performance in some of the most popular applications that support hardware GPU acceleration...

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How to Position AMD GPUs for Mainstream PC Buyers


AMD Radeon™ Graphics LogoCurating the latest PCWorld articles exploring key features and benefits of AMD GPUs.
  • Three Killer Applications for GPUs - Three applications that creatively use GPUs to make the overall computing experience as productive and aesthetically pleasing as it can be.
  • Improve Your Video-Watching Experience - Did you know?  GPUs reduce noise, aliasing ("the jaggies") and other distracting artifacts during video playback and consume much less power than CPUs when playing video, so your laptop battery will last longer.
  • The GPU Streamlines Video Creation - Editing and converting your video footage can be painfully slow. Install an AMD Radeon™ GPU to reduce processing time substantially.
» Discover these and other illuminating articles at the PCWorld Resource Center
 

Targeted approach: AMD's Fusion Partner Program one year in


AMD Radeon™ HD 6000M ChipAMD launched it's channel program, the "Fusion Partner Program", late in 2009. Now, with a full year of growing the program, David Kenyon, vice president, Worldwide channel marketing, AMD, met with CRN Canada to talk about his experiences...

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