Following a press conference in Taipei a short while ago, AMD have announced more details regarding their future plans now that they have ATI all to themselves. HKEPC report.
ATi as a division of AMD after the transaction completed, Henri said the company will maintain its sales, design and manufacturing centers worldwide independently. For the brand and product families, Henri has no idea in long term. The company would make the consideration at some suitable time, he added. AMD's current executive team will be complemented by the addition of ATI President and CEO Dave Orton. Orton will serve as an executive vice president of the ATI business division, reporting to the AMD Office of the CEO, comprised of Chairman and CEO Hector Ruiz and President and Chief Operating Officer Dirk Meyer.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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