P.O. Box 3453, Sunnyvale,
California, 94088-3453, US
AMD is a leading supplier of integrated circuits
(ICs) for the world of personal and networked computing and
communications. Founded in 1969, AMD today is the second-largest
supplier of Microsoft Windows compatible PC processors. AMD revenues
totaled $2.5 billion in 1998. Deriving more than half of its revenues
from international markets, AMD has more than 13,000 employees worldwide
and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, and Asia, as
well as sales offices in major cities around the globe.
AMD provides Windows compatible processors,
flash memory devices, and communications and networking products that
enhance the power and utility of PCs as information-processing and
communications tools. AMD's silicon solutions enable improved
connectivity, superior visual computing platforms, and faster, easier
Internet access from PCs and other information appliances.
AMD envisions an openly competitive world
empowered by information technology. To achieve this vision, AMD
combines innovative product concepts with advanced process technology,
design excellence, and a global manufacturing presence. The resulting
AMD products and services help customers around the world reduce cost,
improve performance, and shorten time to market.