Advanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD), the computer chip maker, has reached a deal to sell its products to Founder Group, the second-largest computer maker in China, according to a report in Cnet on Friday.
According to the report, Founder will begin incorporating AMD's Opteron and Athlon processors–two 64-bit-capable chips designed for servers and personal computers (PCs), respectively–into an upcoming line of computers. The two companies will jointly-promote the new products, scheduled for launch in the next three months.
AMD has already joined hands with Founder to set up a Beijing-based product development center focusing on the Chinese consumer electronics market. The company also has has multiple alliances for the purpose of marketing its chips, including bundling arrangements with HP and PC manufacturers such as Tsinghua Unisplendour and Amoisonic Electronics.