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Those looking for benchmarking tools capable of working across iOS, Andoid, and Windows tablet devices need look no further. The non-profit consortium BAPCo has released TabletMark v3, the latest iteration of the benchmarking tool that features cross-architecture and cross-platform performance and battery life benchmarks for tablet devices.
Responding to allegations that the new SYSMark2012 benchmark isn’t valid for today’s hardware, BAPCo fired back at AMD and said the chip company voted in favor of 80 percent of the proposals in the benchmark.
Business Applications Performance Corporation or BAPCo officials also denied that they tried to expel AMD from the group after AMD started publically grousing.
AMD today announced it will not endorse the SYSmark 2012 benchmark (SM2012) published by BAPCo (Business Applications Performance Corporation) and is further resigning from the organization. The chip maker made its criticisms of SYSmark 2012 public suggesting in a lengthy blog post that the benchmark provides biased results, and according to reports, AMD might be the first of several dominoes to fall.