- Jun 1, 2017
The huge difference is that Intel acts like major foundry that tries to apply its (formerly) leading foundry tech to enter different markets.What will be interesting is if and when AMD are in a position to strike out and take on some of the special projects that Intel does and keeps failing at.
If AMD were able to succeed in an area outside of their core competency where Intel has failed or is failing in.
AMD acts more like ARM in that they try to push their CPU and GPU designs into different markets. And for AMD the good thing is with semi custom they already started doing exactly that years before they recovered in their primary market with Zen.
Oh I'm sure that there are more people that deserve credits. If you can name some I'm all ear.But... what if he had a team that helped him do all that?
I guess easy picks would be all the employees made Corporate Fellows over the years, does anybody happen to know if there's a complete list of them anywhere?