A 4-bit bit-slice processor from Advanced Micro Devices. It featured sixteen 4-bit registers and a 4-bit ALU and operation signals to allow carry/borrow or shift operations and such to operate across any number of other 2901s. An address sequencer (such as the 2910) could provide control signals with the use of custom microcode in ROM.
- Amd am2910
amd am2910 processor An address sequencer from Advanced Micro Devices. (1994-11-16)
- Amd am2903
amd am2903 processor A bit-slice prcessor from Advanced Micro Devices which featured hardware multiply. (1994-11-16)
- Amd k7
amd k7 Athlon
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