Wednesday, November 18, 2015

AMD Hierofalcon/Seattle shown at ARM TechCon

AMD presented some boards at ARM TechCon and thanks to ARMdevices.net there are two videos covering that stuff.

One video shows Red Hat's Jon Masters' explanation of AMD's Huskyboard, where (even if only printed on cardboard) you can have a nice closeup view of the chip (video screenshot):

AMD Seattle closeup

The second video shows real hardware at work, including SoftIron Overdrive 3000, and the Huskyboard in 3D:




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