AMD to adopt white-box notebook strategy

Posted on Thursday, Nov 17 2005 @ 16:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD is developing a series of barebones notebook computers to attract more deals from OEMs and system builders, The Register reports.
Speaking at the firm's annual analyst conference, Marty Seyer, head of AMD's microprocessor business, said the system would bundle AMD processors, integrated chipsets from ATI and Nvidia, plus ancillary I/O chips.

Seyer said the systems would help smaller computer-makers bring notebooks to market more quickly.


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