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AMD snatches away NVIDIA's Sean Pelletier

Posted on Monday, May 20 2013 @ 22:48:56 CEST by


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Bright Side of News receive d exclusive word that Sean Pelletier has left his position as Senior Technical Marketing Manager for Windows, Windows RT, and Apple notebooks at NVIDIA to take up a position at AMD. It's unknown what Pelletier's focus will be at his new job.
Today we got word of yet another one of AMD's acquisitions of top-notch talent. We earlier reported on the acquisitions of people like Jim Keller, Raja Koduri and Roy Taylor among many others. Today, we got word from both internal an external sources that Sean Pelletier (Pelly), Nvidia's Senior Technical Marketing Manager for Windows, Windows RT, and Apple Notebooks. He has worked at Nvidia for almost 6 years and has primarily held a role in notebook marketing for quite a while.

While we don't quite know his role within the company, it is known that he would likely help the company to head up their initiatives in trying to position themselves in the new middle of the notebook market. Sean has traditionally worked with us here at BSN* with notebook graphics, generally tending to be on the high-end. Since AMD has recently launched their Radeon HD 8970 for notebooks, it remains to be seen what new products he will be responsible for handling.




 



 

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