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Thomas Ryan
Works at Seattle Central Circuit
Attended Seattle Central Community College
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Part-time writer for S|A and full time college student.
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  • Seattle Central Community College
    2012
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  • Seattle Central Circuit
    Photo Editor, 2012 - present
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    Free Lance Writer, present
  • Port of Seattle
    High School Intern, 2011
  • City of Seattle
    College Intern, 2012
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Talking with video-game developers is always fun. Plus I really like this game.
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This was a really fun article to work on, and it was great to get a chance to talk to Mr. Feldman about where AMD's headed in the x86 micro-server market. AMD's going to some interesting places with its Jaguar core.
Today we're seeing the fruition of that announcement as AMD launches its Jaguar-powered "Kyoto" chip, which will be branded as the AMD Opteron X-Series.
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I had to get up pretty early to listen to this webcast. But it was definitely worth the sleep I lost. AMD is all ARM(ed) up.
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Nitpicking is welcomed. Now if I can remember to not do that in the next article, I would be very enthused. Thanks for the correction.
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Finally a chip named after the city I live in. AMD's Seattle looks like interesting proposition in the micro-server market. There's still a lot of time until it launches though.
Today AMD is announcing its updated Server roadmap which contains three new products “Warsaw”, “Berlin”, and an ARM-based offering named “Seattle”.
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Two weeks and a dozen e-mails later this interview is finally live. There a lot of possible applications for the technology that HiAlgo is working on. I can't wait to see what they make of themselves.
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