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AMD Committed To India Says CEO Lisa Su

AMD Committed To India Says CEO Lisa Su

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (IANS) – Lisa Su, President, and CEO of the $23 billion Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), said here that Indian engineers have done substantial work on the new Epyc fourth generation technology revealed on November 10.

She said, “There are as many as 6000 engineers in India and it is a very important design center. We are constantly scaling up our design pools, I was in India six weeks ago and we have a terrific team assisting and working there in our designs. We are totally committed to India, I met top government officials during my recent visit.”

She added that while AMD is totally committed to India, it is excited about the market and Indian engineers’ contribution to chiplets which are at the core of the company’s business.

In India, the firm is scaling up training to ramp up skill sets for higher productivity. In a global environment where energy constraints are a real issue, AMD is giving crucial efficiency and ancillary goals and gains.

Deepak Agarwal, CVP, Silicon Design Engineering at AMD, averred, “The India engineering team has considerable ownership across Silicon and Software for our Server product line, including 4th Generation EPYC. The Server on Chip or SOC development happens out of India, and I lead that team of 200+ engineers. We also collaborate with our North America colleagues on several important IP, and performance-related work. In addition, a major portion of the software and platform development work is done by India’s engineers.”

The Santa Clara, CA company develops computer processors and related technologies for business and consumer markets.

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