Jim Anderson, general manager of AMD’s computing and graphics business group, is the latest exec to leave AMD. Anderson was in charge of overseeing all client computing products in AMD’s lineup, and was steering the division when the company launched one of its most successful products to date: the AMD Ryzen processors. The department, which covers almost every consumer-facing product in AMD’s lineup, will now be headed by Saeid Moshkelani, whose humble beginnings at AMD began in the semi-custom division. He will now be reporting directly to AMD CEO Lisa Su on all things client computing, and that means the next generation of CPUs, Zen 2 on 7nm, will all fall under his remit. Anderson’s departure marks another of AMD’s stalwart employees leaving the company, but at least this time it’s not to join rivals Intel. Anderson will be joining Lattice Semiconductor as president and CEO. The company builds field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for various implementations, and was recently close to being bought out by Canyon Bridge, a firm reportedly backed by the Chinese government, before President Donald Trump blocked the acquisition under national security concerns. Previous AMD departures over the last 12 months have included Raja Koduri, chief architect and big… Read full this story
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