Details on AMD's plans for June seem to have finalized. It starts on June 1 with the introduction of the Llano APU, the Sabine notebook platform, the 900 series chipsets and the VISION 2011 line at Computex.
Next is the E3 show on June 7, at this event AMD will reveal the AM3+ platform as well as the new FX brand and logo. On June 13 the company will talk about the Fusion ecosystem at the company's Fusion Developer Summit, and on June 14 it will present the Sabine/Lynx platforms at its Client Launch Event in Seattle, WA.
Tc-mag reports: The whole AMD-flavored madness will begin on June 1st at Computex where the company will reveal its Sabine notebook platform (powered by the Llano A-Series APUs), the 900 Series chipsets (there will be FM1 parts for Llano and AM3+ parts for Zambezi/FX Series CPUs), and the VISION 2011 line (basically includes all desktop/notebook/netbook platforms for this year).
Moving forward to June 7th, this is the day on which AMD will officially unveil the FX Series processors (Zambezi) and the AM3+ platform. The 6/8-core Zambezi chips will have their debut at E3 in Los Angeles.