Former AMD graphics chief Raja Koduri was responsible for helping turn around the company’s position in graphics chips. He resigned last week during a leave of absence and has now been hired as the chief architect at Intel. This change of jobs is the kind that will raise some eyebrows. Koduri will have similar responsibilities […]
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