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AMD Hardware

AMD Says It's 'Ambidextrous,' Hints It May Offer ARM Chips 140

Posted by timothy
from the raise-your-arm-shyly dept.
J. Dzhugashvili writes "Today at its Financial Analyst Day, AMD made statements that strongly suggest it plans to offer ARM-based chips alongside its x86 CPUs and APUs. According to coverage of the event, top executives including CEO Rory Read talked up an 'ambidextrous' approach to instruction-set architectures. One executive went even further: 'She said AMD will not be "religious" about architectures and touted AMD's "flexibility" as one of its key strategic advantages for the future.' The roadmaps the execs showed focused on x86 offerings, but it seems AMD is overtly setting the stage for a collaboration with ARM."
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AMD Says It's 'Ambidextrous,' Hints It May Offer ARM Chips

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