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AMD Aims Enterprise Chips at Cloud and Virtualization

March 31, 2011 No Comments

Enterprise computing increasingly will hinge on cloud computing and virtualization, and Advanced Micro Devices’ server chip road map dovetails nicely with that trend, according to a company executive.

In a recent interview with eWEEK here, Vlad Rozanovich, director of North America commercial business for AMD, noted the various trends—mobile computing and social networking, increasing amounts of data, the consumerization of IT, and enterprises’ need to get more done with fewer resources—that are playing to the demand for cloud and virtualization, which promise lower costs, higher utilization and better management.

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