For the past three years AMD has held an annual Financial Analyst Day at its HQ in Sunnyvale, CA in November. That was the case for 2008, 2009 and 2010. There hasn't been a Financial Analyst Day in 2011 and based on AMD's most recent announcement, it looks like there won't be one until February 2, 2012.

AMD's Financial Analyst Days are usually where AMD discloses its long term roadmaps for future products. It's where we first heard about Phenom II, Llano and Trinity. AMD just recently got a new CEO, which helps explain the delay to February. With a new CEO potentially comes new corporate direction and perhaps a new roadmap.

That being said, I wouldn't be too surprised to see a CPU core roadmap update before the end of the year.

Source: AMD



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  • nt300 - Sunday, September 25, 2011 - link

    Some of you are being harsh with AMD for some reason. For a small company bringing us great innovative tech, I am very surprized.
    That said, if the FAD is delayed or cancelled, then so be it. As long as Bulldozer gets released in good time and brings AMD back to full competition and profitability.

    As long as IBM is around, AMD will never go belly up....
  • AG4101997 - Sunday, September 25, 2011 - link

    Don't expect anything good to come out of Intel fanboys' mouths. AMD has made little change in terms of architecture (I believe the K8 architecture was the last major change, and that was over a decade ago). Yes, AMD needs to be a bit more innovative for this time, but if you think about it, AMD's current CPUs which have had little architecture change over the years compete with Intel's Sandy Bridge. That's impressive IMO. Though AMD is losing, they have a lot to offer soon with BD and a new line-up of Radeon HD cards. And I don't understand why people think AMD has failed since it's beginning. AMD held the crown back then. In 2005, Intel took that away and held it ever since. BD is aimed at taking it back, or to at least bring more competition. And you guys do realize that you technically aren't a large group of consumers. Your a "minority" in the market. About 90% of buyers get a computer to browse the internet, check email, etc. AMD has been aiming at this market for awhile, and Intel has done so too, but also at the enthusiast market, which current AMD CPUs cannot have a large place in. Oh, and Intel has had it's share of difficulties, from the delay of the Pentium 4s to the rocky start of SB (not to mention the delay with SB on Macbooks), Intel isn't a perfect company. Reply
  • Pessimism - Monday, September 26, 2011 - link

    IBM has zero involvement with AMD. At most they are a fab for hire. AMD is on life support and only exists as token competition for Intel. ATI is the only thing still giving them any relevant presence. Reply

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