Live Webcast from COMPUTEX 2011: AMD to Detail Plans to Continue Enabling the Next Generation of PC User Experiences

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AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced it will hold a live webcast from COMPUTEX 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan on May 31 at 10:30 p.m. ET (10:30 a.m. UTC in Taiwan on June 1). During the 90-minute webcast, AMD executives and a number of partners will also share exciting news on future plans for the AMD Fusion Family of APUs. To view the live webcast, please visit:

The AMD Fusion APU era ignited at CES 2011. Since then, OEMs and consumers alike have embraced the innovative AMD Fusion APUs for their excellent battery life, unprecedented processing power, and ability to support ultra-sleek and portable devices. The live webcast will offer details on how AMD's 2011 VISION Technology refresh will better serve consumers in selecting the best next generation of computing experiences and offer sneak previews of new products planned for release in 2011.

Participating executives will include:

- Nigel Dessau, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, AMD
- Rick Bergman, Senior Vice President and General Manager, AMD
- David Tang, Senior Vice President and President of AMD Greater China
- Chris Cloran, Corporate Vice President & General Manager, AMD
- Leslie Sobon, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Product & Outbound Marketing, AMD


- The live webcast can be accessed here:
- A replay of the webcast can be accessed here:
- Get information on AMD VISION here.
- Get information on AMD Fusion Family of APU processors here.
- Follow news from the AMD team on Twitter at @AMD_Unprocessed.
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