AMD (NYSE: AMD) hosted a mobile press briefing at Computex today in which AMD’s esteemed customers and technology partners joined to discuss how AMD provides choice in the mobile market and to offer insights into today’s mobile computing trends.
TAIPEI, TAIWAN—June 7, 2006—AMD (NYSE: AMD) hosted a mobile press briefing at Computex today in which AMD’s esteemed customers and technology partners joined to discuss how AMD provides choice in the mobile market and to offer insights into today’s mobile computing trends. K J Chou, vice president of Greater China technology center of excellence and Taiwan applications and test services, hosted the briefing while Henri Richard, executive vice president and chief sales and marketing officer, delivered a keynote speech. AMD’s valued customers and partners including Asus, BenQ, HP, MSI, and TongFang, formed a distinguished panel to address questions from the press. Executives from Airgo Networks, Atheros, ATI, Broadcom, Nvidia, Sis and Via also joined to support the event. AMD will continue showcasing its latest technologies at Computex Taipei 2006 from June 6 to June 10 in Taipei International Convention Center (TICC). In his address at the event, Richard highlighted AMD’s collaboration with industry leaders in graphics and wireless solutions to enable OEM customers to deliver outstanding feature-rich AMD-based notebook platforms for consumer and commercial markets that stand out from the crowd of overly standard choices. “We believe that competition, choices and open standards continue to drive true innovation,” said Richard. “AMD’s vision is to provide an outstanding mobile computing experience, so we work with OEMs to develop differentiated and valuable products, offering consumers the freedom to work and play virtually anytime and anywhere.” In May, AMD launched the first and only family of 64-bit capable dual-core processors designed for thin and light notebook PCs. AMD Turion™ 64 X2 mobile technology offers the only mobile processor designed to take advantage of the features and performance of the 64-bit editions of the upcoming Microsoft Windows Vista™ operating system. Notebooks based on AMD Turion 64 X2 mobile technology offer outstanding multi-tasking performance, mobile entertainment, and a stylish new look. .
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