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LSI's Talwalkar may be AMD's best hope

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daleste
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daleste   8/14/2011 6:39:01 PM
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As he said, it would be a very hard job. To turn AMD around in less than a few years would be a miracle. It will be fun to watch.

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elctrnx_lyf   8/9/2011 6:03:50 PM
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Rick, a good article. I just felt that I'm reading an article of movie celebrity interview. I mean the way reporters poke them about all their relation ships. But I just understand it is not any different. Business is business and i feel he may be the right hero for the movie (AMD).

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seaEE   8/7/2011 2:09:34 AM
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I suspect there are a at least a few engineers out there who remember having both AMD and Intel databooks above their desks. I hope both companies are able to remain healthy into the future and thrive, elicting benefits from their unique sets of talents.

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_hm   8/5/2011 3:25:09 PM
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Will AMD like ex-Intel person? Probably not as this is intricate matter.

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yalanand   8/5/2011 9:32:39 AM
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Rick I agree with you, Abhi is the right choice for this post. Looking at his replies I guess he is seriously considering taking up this post. Any idea when will AMD take final call on this ?

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re: LSI's Talwalkar may be AMD's best hope
ibm221   8/5/2011 1:11:54 AM
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oh, yeah, you smart paparazo. Next thing you can do is following him and get his picture together with AMD headhunter.

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