Introduced last summer at the Fusion11 Developer Summit, AMD’s Fusion System Architecture (FSA) has now been renamed to Heterogeneous Systems Architecture (HSA). According to AMD corporate fellow Phil Rogers, the new name is (more) 'representative of the entire, technical community that is leading the way in this very important area of technology and programming development.' Naming change aside, AMD’s solution remains the same and promotes the use of CPU and GPU cores in a unified way, so as to deliver high application performance and low power consumption. The Heterogeneous Systems Architecture will have its own breakout session at AMD's Financial Analyst Day which is scheduled for February 2nd (the same day The Secret Circle returns with a new episode, coincidence?). Despite dropping the 'Fusion' name from its computing platform, AMD has kept it for the Fusion12 Developer Summit that's to be held in Bellevue, Washington this June.