Boston, MA 10/29/2013 (wallstreetpr) – Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD), the chip making company is eyeing Bangladesh for expanding its market share as it finds the region accessible of innovative products at comparatively cheap prices. The products from AMD come packed into IT devices like desktop computer, laptop etc. The company is engaged in developing innovative technology which empowers hundreds of devices, ranging from tablets, game consoles, personal computers to cloud servers.
As far as the market needs are concerned, the distributors in the region largely import global brands which mainly include Samsung, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Acer.
AnwarulQuyyumChowdhury,Deputy General Manager of UCC said that his company is encouraging AMD products as the products have been successful in attracting consumers in terms of both quality and price.
The company also aims at targeting Bangladeshi users who are inclined towards the new and emerging technologies. Ajay Koul, Country Manager of AMD India Pvt Ltd, sees the bright future in the IT market. He also added that the company plans to combine CPU and GPU on the same platform so that it could bring about a radical change in the computing world.
AMD has also arranged varied kinds of programs including game competitions and awareness programs to create its demand among students. Currently, two series of AMD are available in the market namely Richland and FX. Whereby, FX4300, FX6300 and FX8300 are competent enough to take over Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Series Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7. Prices of AMD products are also kept affordable.
On, 24 October, the company launched AMD Radeon(TM) R9 290X graphics card, introducing the ultimate GPU experience for PC gaming.With its exceptional performance, AMD is hitting it hard to take the audio and visual practicality to a new level for the gamers.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. shares slide down marginally by 0.60% to $3.32 on Monday.
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