KitGuru says: On 25th January, it was reported that AMD had shipped 1 million Fusion chips. Now, at the start of May, that figure reads over 3 million. Thatâ€™s around 14 weeks. Simple maths means Global Foundries is pushing out Fusion at the rate of more than 20,000 processors a day. Even if the production rate does not increase, that would be well over 7 million units a year. Pretty impressive for a new class of chip.
Global Foundries only Fabs Llano fusion chips - and those have only been shipping for revenue since the final days of Q1. Zacate/Ontario are being fabbed by TSMC. So its not a case of GF pushing 20 000 processors a day.
I would be interested to see the breakdown of Fusion chips though