Interview With Phil Hester, AMD's Corporate VP and CTO

Posted on Friday, Feb 10 2006 @ 09:02 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hardware Secrets had an exclusive interview with Phil Hester, AMD's Corporate VP and CTO, discussing AMD's plans, strategies, new CPUs and a little bit of his professional life and experience.
"Phil Hester joined AMD in last September as AMD's new CTO, replacing Fred Weber at this position. Hester worked 23 years at IBM at several positions (including CTO of the PC division and VP of the RS/6000 hardware development), leaving IBM to launch Newisys in 2000, a company dedicated to build servers based on the Opteron CPUs, later acquired by Sanmina-SCI in 2003. In this exclusive interview to Hardware Secrets, Hester talks about AMD's plans, strategies, new CPUs and a little bit of his professional life and experience."

You can read the interview over here.


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