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Old February 12, 2013, 12:15 PM
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AMD's problem is they don't know what they want to be anymore. Do they want to be a CPU company or a GPU company. Used to be all the had to concentrate on was CPU's and competing with Intel - and they were doing a pretty credible job of it. Then they bought ATI and combined company had to compete with two very large and aggressive competitors. While Intel can concentrate most of its resources on it's CPU's and nVidia can focus most of its resources on its GPU's, AMD has to divide its resources between the two divisions to stay alive. This results in some of the marketing shuffles that have become so common of late.
Obsolescence is just a lack of imagination.
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