AMD chief delivers his take on the Pentium bug

Farber, Dan; Boudette, Neal
December 1994
PC Week;12/12/94, Vol. 11 Issue 49, p119
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with W.J. Sanders, president and chief executive officer of Advanced Micro Devices Incorporated. Relationship with Intel Corp.; Views on the published defects of Intel's Pentium chip; Predictions on the microprocessor business in the future.


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