Have the masses asked for more Fusion? Let's say yes and congratulate AMD on beginning shipments of its second APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) line - Llano. Coming to desktops, all-in-ones and notebooks, these new APUs are made by GlobalFoundries and are the first 32nm chips in AMD's offer.
The Llano family will be marketed as the A-series and is set to make its retail debut, both in systems and on its own (as boxed chips) later this quarter, probably around Computex (early June).
The A-series APUs feature two or four x86 cores ('improved' Phenom II cores), 4MB of L2 cache (1MB per core), an integrated dual-channel DDR3 memory controller, a DirectX 11 GPU (with 400, 320 or 160 Stream Processors, depending on model), and a TDP of up to 100W.
No news on Bulldozer though, hopefully this doesn't mean a delay. Don't get us wrong, Llano seems 'nice' but we want mo' powa'.