Interview with Michael Dell on AMD and Alienware

Posted on Monday, March 27 2006 @ 16:58 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fortune has interview Michael Dell about the acquisition of gaming PC maker Alienware.
In an exclusive interview, Dell Chairman and founder Michael Dell says he's excited about the company's acquisition this week of gaming-PC specialist Alienware, but that Dell still expects "the vast majority of our growth to be organic." His remarks also continue in intriguing ways the company's longtime dance with chipmaker AMD.

Dell is the only major PC company that has not used AMD microprocessors, and the fact that Alienware uses a lot of them was one of the reasons I was eager to talk to its chairman following the deal.
The full interview can be read over at CNN.

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