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July 18th, 2007
Speaking here at Semicon West Tuesday (July 17), keynoters from processor arch-rivals Intel and AMD explored differing aspects of what it will take to survive in the semiconductor industry going forward. While one called for cooperation for today, the other emphasized innovation for tomorrow.
A senior executive from Advanced Micro Devices called for the industry to "band together to maximize efficiency," while Intel's chief technology strategist sounded more like Spartacus leading his troops to battle at the next technology node.
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