TG Daily reports that the first Fusion processor to be released is called Shrike and will be combined with an RV880 GPU.
AMD upgrades Fusion
Quelle: Sven Döring/AMD
Up to now rumors indicated a 65 nm Phenom with two cores for socket AM2, which was called Kuma. This product was intended to be combined with a graphics unit based on the RV710. Now AMD changes the approach and is said to use a 45 nanometer AM3 Phenom and a 40 nanometer RV880 graphics chip. According to Heise the CPU is 20 percent and the the GPU 35 percent faster than the current Puma platforms, while having a lower power consumption.
In 2009 AMD will release the 40 nanometer Shrike but in early 2010 TSMC will be switched production to 32 nanometer. The successive platform, called Falcon, will us the Bulldozer Quadcore processor, which was once scheduled for 2009 - but not the original 55 nanometer version but a 32 nm design right from the beginning.