AMD originally intended to start shipping their new Heterogeneous System Architecture((HSA) Kaveri APU in the second half of the year, but according to their latest plan, 2 pilot A10 and a A8 production samples will only be sent out to customers this December.
In H1 2014, AMD plans to launched two HSA APU which is a server oriented Berlin chip and a Kabini APU based Beema. In 2015, AMD will replace Kaveri and Beema with Nolan APU, which is also based on a HSA architecture.
AMD founded HSA foundation in 2012 in hopes to launch a new set of standards to imprive CPU and GPU communication computational problems and improve performance of the computer. Foundation members include ARM, Imagination, MediaTek, Texas Instruments, Samsung and Qualcomm.