AMD presses on multiple fronts

DeTar, Jim
May 1995
Electronic News;5/15/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2065, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on Advanced Micro Devices' revelation of additional details regarding the marketing and manufacturing strategies for its K86 microprocessor family. Agreement with Hewlett-Packard to use Am486s in desktop PC system; Limited production of K5 in late 1995.


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