AMD has formally announced the establishment and operation of its branch in Chengdu.
This is a major move that the company has taken since the landing of the its Greater China headquarters in Beijing's Zhongguancun, the investment in a CUP factory in Suzhou and the establishment of a R&D Center in Shanghai. Analysts believe this also marks a further completion of the company's strategic business layout in China.
Guo Kezun, president of AMD Greater China, says that the landing of AMD's new branch in Chengdu will make the company's business closer to the consumers in west China. In consideration of Chengdu's strategic location in China, the branch will serve as AMD's strategic base in west China and it will be connected with the company's business in the rest parts of the country.