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AMD processors mainly developed in India

Posted on Friday, June 05 2009 @ 00:11:30 CEST by

FUD Zilla spotted an interview with Dasaradha Gude, the managing director of AMD India. He revealed that depending on the model, 30% to 70% of processor development is done in India. For the Shanghai core it's reportedly more than 70 percent.
The managing director of AMD India, Dasaradha Gude, says the percentage of development work conducted at the sites ranges from 30% to 70%, and this number includes high-end parts such as Barcelona, Shanghai and Istanbul.

Gude claims Indian R&D was behind more than 70% percent of development work on the Shanghai core. Furthermore, he expects some chips in the future will be designed entirely by AMD India. Work on these products has already started, but Gude said he could not disclose any more information on them.



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