Submitted by mpctips 1059d ago | news

Exclusive: AMD hires bank to explore options - sources

Reuters: Advanced Micro Devices has hired JPMorgan Chase & Co to explore options, which could include a potential sale, as the chipmaker struggles to find a role in an industry increasingly focused on mobile and away from traditional PCs, according to three sources familiar with the situation. (AMD, Industry, PC hardware)

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newsguy  +   1059d ago
AMD has certainly seen better days...
KingPin  +   1059d ago
i hope AMD is here to stay. been using their processors and graphics cards since the 90s and they haven't let me down once.
SilentNegotiator  +   1058d ago
Plus, Intel ABSOLUTELY needs to continue to have competition, or else it will be bad news for consumers.
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frjoethesecond  +   1059d ago
It would be disastrous for the home PC market if AMD departed. It would be Intel and nVidia vs Apple.

Winner: Everyone but the end user.

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