For some of AMD's products, that information is available off the main pages, but not for AMD64 family.
What you likely want can be found here:AMD Unveils Professional Design Support Services
SAN FRANCISCO -- August 3, 2004 --At LinuxWorld today, AMD (NYSE: AMD) formally introduced its Professional Design Support Services program, available through the AMD Boston Design Center. Created to help speed a customer’s design and time-to-market, the Professional Design Support Services program supports development of AMD64 processor-based products, from embedded systems and client products to high-end High Performance Computing (HPC) servers.
Customers who take advantage of the subscription-based services can receive assistance from some of AMD’s top engineering talent while having access to certain reference designs, Web-based issue trackers and step-by-step support in their creative process as they develop products based on AMD64 technology with Direct Connect Architecture.
“This is a natural extension of our customer-centric philosophy,” said Marty Seyer, corporate vice president and general manager of the Microprocessor Business Unit, Computation Products Group at AMD. “Sharing what we have learned about the design of AMD64 technology-based systems and enabling any sized company, from the smallest start-up to the largest OEM, to profit from our expertise is proof of the passion we have for our customers’ success.”
"The Boston Design Center's expertise was critical to reducing our development time and speeding the CRAY XD1 system to market," said Paul Terry, Chief Technical Officer at CRAY. "HyperTransport™ technology plays a vital role in the Cray XD1 direct connected processor architecture. Having some of the original developers of HyperTransport technology involved in the design process from the beginning saved us a great deal of time."
AMD64 technology with Direct Connect Architecture is uniquely suited to enable a wide range of distinctive design points for customers. Technology companies can choose to create unique multi-processing boards based on the scalability and leading-edge performance of the AMD Opteron™ processor. Many companies are choosing to take advantage of the unique I/O and unprecedented bus speeds of HyperTransport technology, while others are focusing on eliminating bridge bottlenecks and reducing system costs. As co-developers of HyperTransport technology, the engineers at the Boston Design Center are especially qualified to help lead innovative companies to market with compelling new products.
“By leveraging AMD’s Professional Design Support Services, we were able to design and deliver a rugged, high-performance, quad-processor solution for our real-time cluster computing system in record time,” said Dr. Ralph Barrera, Distributed Computing Product Manager at Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing. “AMD went above and beyond in providing us the tools and the technical support during our product design and integration phases.”
Technology companies interested in developing hardware designs with AMD can contact the Boston Design Center directly at email@example.com.
The email address inthe last line is likely what you want.