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This video discusses how AMD became a successful company by innovating and listening to their customers. Despite some financial difficulties, AMD is poised to take the lead in the computer industry.

  • 00:00:00 This video discusses how AMD overcame Intel in the market. AMD started becoming more popular in recent years, thanks to its rivalry with Intel. Both companies have benefitted from this rivalry, gaining a lot of visibility. However, you may not know that AMD was founded as a result of a disagreement between another company. Stay tuned for this video, and we'll see exactly how AMD has reached such a successful position as a company. Jaime de la Fonda founded AMD in 1969 in Santa Clara, California, with help from a group of engineers and one key business figure, Jerry Sanders. Sanders was an electrical engineer and had built his career in the technology industry. He had worked for Motorola, Down class, and Fairchild Semiconductor, among others. After working for all these companies, Sanders decided to start his own company, Advanced Micro Devices, with a group of former Fairchild employees. This new company focused on developing technology and manufacturing microprocessors. In its first two years, AMD had revenues of $4.6 million. In 1981, IBM revolutionized the computer industry with its IBM PC model, which became the industry standard. IBM presented this new model to the industry at the annual Comdex trade show. At this show, IBM unveiled its new personal
  • 00:05:00 In the 1990s, IBM and Intel entered into a contract in which Intel would share its patented technology with Motorola in order to help the latter compete with Intel. However, in 1999, AMD entered into a similar agreement with Microsoft, and Intel became concerned that its market share would be eroded. In 2004, Japanese regulators discovered that Intel had been artificially suppressing the sales of its competitors and filed a lawsuit, which was resolved a few years later with AMD agreeing to stop competing unfairly and Intel abandoning its practices of market manipulation. AMD continued to innovate and in 2005, released its first dual-core processor.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses how AMD has managed to outperform Intel in the past, and how they have diversified their product lineup to compete with Intel. Despite recent financial difficulties, AMD has remained successful by listening to their customers and integrating their products constantly. Their story has not been easy, and they have had to learn from their past mistakes. It seems that the current trend is in AMD's favor, and they are poised to take the lead in the computer industry. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a consultant, we have a training course that would be perfect for you. Thanks for watching!

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