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Why did AMD-GF ink new wafer deal?

4/4/2011 07:05 PM EDT
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mark.lapedus
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re: Why did AMD-GF ink new wafer deal?
mark.lapedus   4/5/2011 5:45:20 AM
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Thanks Warren. I had a long, tiring weekend. I fixed the problem.

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Warren3   4/5/2011 1:26:53 AM
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So GF needs customers and needs to look successful and needs a way to pay for R&D while AMD needs a good deal because it needs to generate profit somehow. Sounds like a near-perfect match.

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re: Why did AMD-GF ink new wafer deal?
Warren3   4/5/2011 1:24:16 AM
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You misspelled "Success" Mark. Oops.

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