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 May 23, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Can AMD keep it going?

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Informationweek asks the question in an op-ed: can AMD keep their hot streak alive?

Intel remains the dominant force in the chip business, but AMD's new technology has produced market-share gains. The company has big ambitions that it will accomplish by focusing on nuts-and-bolts execution, Hector Ruiz, chairman, chief executive, and president of AMD, said in an interview with InformationWeek last week. "In two years, we've gone from zero to about 8% of the market," he said. "There's no reason why we shouldn't aspire to be a third of the market in the next two or three years."
They're thinking big. I like that. Well, that and the fact that I haven't run an Intel processor on my home box in more than five years.
 

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