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June 7, 2008 Show:   Topic: Next-Generation Notebook Platform  Guest: Scott Shutter
AMD (NYSE: AMD) announces the availability of its next-generation notebook platform, delivering the ultimate HD visual performance and increased energy efficiency on the go.

Scott Shutter, AMD Division Brand Manager for Notebooks, talks about how the marriage between ATI for video and AMD for processing has been instrumental in making next-generation notebooks a reality.
Listen To AMDJune 7, 2008 interview
December 8, 2007 Show:   Topic: Video Game Supercomputing Has Arrived  Guest: Patrick Moorhead
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD) is a leading global provider of innovative processing solutions in the computing, graphics and consumer electronics markets.

Patrick Moorhead, VP, Advanced Platform Mkt with AMD, unveils the new "Spider" gaming platform, based on the AMD Phenom(tm) quad-core processor, AMD 7-Series chipset and ATI Radeon(tm) HD 3800 Series graphics processors - providing the next generation HD experience. AMD is dedicated to driving open innovation, choice and industry growth by delivering superior customer-centric solutions that empower consumers and businesses worldwide.
Listen To AMDDecember 8, 2007 interview
September 15, 2007 Show:   Topic: Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor  Guest: John Fruehe
AMD (NYSE:AMD) designs and produces microprocessors, Flash memory devices and system-on-chip solutions for the computer, communications and consumer electronics industries.

John Fruehe, World Wide Business Development Manager with AMD, talks about their newly unveiled Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor - the industry's first native x86 four-core processor. It sets AMD apart as the innovation leader in the x86 server microprocessor market.
Listen To AMDSeptember 15, 2007 interview
July 23, 2005 Show:   Topic: dual-core technology's  Guest: Ben Williams
AMD (NYSE:AMD) designs and produces microprocessors, Flash memory devices and system-on-chip solutions for the computer, communications and consumer electronics industries.

With the launch of AMD's Opteron processors there is now a cost effective and painless solution whether it be for platform software, development tools, infrastructure software, database engines, mission critical applications, scientific and engineering applications and digital media applications.
Listen To AMDJuly 23, 2005 interview
April 10, 2004 Show:   Topic: Processors  Guest: Hal Speed
AMD (NYSE: AMD) is a leading designer and producer of microprocessors, Flash memory devices, and system-on-chip solutions.

Marketing Manager, Hal Speed discusses the high-voltage buzz which hit the microprocessor industry as field giant Intel announced a change in their naming convention to a model number system. AMD switched its Athlon chip to a model number system more than two years ago. Find out how this system can make it easier for consumers to find processors that fit their needs.
Listen To AMDApril 10, 2004 interview
January 10, 2004 Show:   Topic: 64-bit Mobile Processors  Guest: Martin Booth
AMD (NYSE:AMD) designs and produces microprocessors, Flash memory devices and system-on-chip solutions for the computer, communications and consumer electronics industries. AMD is dedicated to helping its customers deliver standards-based, customer-focused solutions for technology users, ranging from enterprises to government agencies and individual consumers. Founded in 1969, AMD is a Standard & Poor's 500 company with global operations and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan and Asia. In September AMD introduced the first ever Windows(r)-compatible 64-bit PC processor.

Martin Booth, manager of Mobile Processor Products announces the newly released Mobile AMD Athlon(tm) 64 processors 3200+, 3000+ and 2800+, the world's only Windows(r)-compatible 64-bit mobile PC processors for mainstream notebook computers.
Listen To AMDJanuary 10, 2004 interview
July 26, 2003 Show:   Topic: College Bound Computers  Guest: Martin Booth
AMD (NYSE: AMD) is a global supplier of integrated circuits for the personal and networked computer and communications markets with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan, and Asia. AMD produces microprocessors, Flash memory devices, and silicon-based solutions for communications and networking applications.

Martin Booth has managed AMD's mobile processor marketing since 1997. Martin brings over ten years of experience in engineering and marketing to a discussion of the types of things you need to look at when purchasing a new computer that will meet ever-changing needs in colleges. As the number of college campuses using wireless networking has risen to nearly 70% now, does your new laptop or desktop computer support the new wireless standards? Today, students use high-performance PCs to do everything from instant messaging, gaming and video editing, to Internet research and taking online exams. So choosing a notebook that offers mobility and wireless connectivity, or a desktop PC to last through college and even into the first few years of being in the workforce, is a critical decision that rivals choosing a major.
Listen To AMDJuly 26, 2003 interview
February 15, 2003 Show:   Topic: Processors  Guest: Mark Bode

Listen To AMDFebruary 15, 2003 interview
November 16, 2002 Show:   Topic: Hardware-Processors  Guest: Jim Robillard

Listen To AMDNovember 16, 2002 interview
August 24, 2002 Show:   Topic: AMD  Guest: Mark De Frere

Listen To AMDAugust 24, 2002 interview
October 20, 2001 Show:   Topic: Hardware-Processors  Guest: Mark De Frere

Listen To AMDOctober 20, 2001 interview
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