Bulldozer is said to be a major revision for desktops and notebooks that makes the machines much more multithread efficient and will be optimized for pairing with graphics chipsets. A Bobcat variant will be tailored to ultraportables. The first Bobcat part expected is called Zambezi and will sport 8-cores for high-end desktops.
In 2010, we will see AMDs Danube processor, that will be the firm's first quad-core mobile processor and promises eight hours of battery life in certain models. The next CPU for ultraportables is being called Nile and promises 7 hours of run time.