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February 24th, 2005
AMD Donates Machines to C.U.
AMD, a microprocessor manufacturing coproration, and Spansion, an AMD subsidiary, kicked off a second year of large donations to the University yesterday with 15 high-performance Opteron processor workstations and a quad Opteron server, as well as several large cash and server donations to two of the University's unmanned vehicle teams.
"As you know, Cornell has been through a big change ... with Duffield Hall," Prof. Sandip Tiwari said. He said the gifts allowed Cornell to make that change a competitive advantage, especially as it put a new focus on nanotechnology and nanofabrication.
Cornell Daily Sun
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