AMD CPU+GPU Fusion by 2010 end Intel has been trying to do it since years, but they have failed in a an ugly fashion with poor graphics performance of Core i3, Core i5. Not just that, Intel has failed at even creating a decent dedicated Graphics processor. Now AMD, with years of strong Graphics processor ATI, seems to be holding strong with Fusion of CPU + GPU. AMD Fusion was planned for 2011, but as per today’s announcement, they seem pretty confident that they would be able to deliver Fusion products to system builders within this year. No doubt, AMD has been talking about Fusion for years, and Intel has already taken the lead (only in time) to AMD by launching its Clarkdale Core i3 and Core i5 CPUs with integrated graphics, even though these use separate CPU and GPU dies combined in a single CPU package. AMD however, is determined to combine everything into one piece of silicon that does both General purpose CPU and Graphics. On being asked, How well is this going to be, AMD’s representative Bob Grim replies: AMD believes (and which is logically true) that building a CPU/GPU hybrid chip on a single piece of silicon would yield significant speed advantages if not Tremendous. Apart from that, it should have power and performance advantages because it is done with latest 32nm manufacturing process. The Future is Fusion.