Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a U.S.-based semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California, that develops computer systems and related business and consumer market technologies. While starting to produce its own processors, the company later released its work, a practice known as ineffective, after GlobalFoundries was removed in 2009. installed computers and applications.
The first twelve years
Advanced Micro Devices was officially merged by Jerry Sanders, along with seven of his colleagues at Fairir Semiconductor, on May 1, 1969. and flexibility within the company, and decided to leave to start his own semiconductor company. Robert Noyce, who founded the first integrated silicon circuit in Fairir in 1959, had left Fairchild and Gordon Moore and founded the semiconductor company Intel in July 1968.
In September 1969, AMD relocated from its temporary base in Santa Clara to Sunnyvale, California. To protect the customer base quickly, AMD became the second product supplier of microchips designed by Fairchild and National Semiconductor AMD for the first time focusing on the production of logic chips. The company ensured quality control in the United States Military Standard, a profit in the early computer industry because infidelity on microchips was a different problem consumers – including computer manufacturers, the communications industry, and toolmakers – wanted to avoid.
In November 1969, the company produced its first product: the Am9300, an MSI 4 conversion register, which went on sale in 1970. And in 1970, AMD developed its first affiliate product, the Am2501 logic counter, which was very successful. The best-selling product in 1971 was the Am2505, the fastest replica available. In 1971, AMD entered the chip market, starting with Am3101, 64-bit bipolar RAM.   In the same year AMD also significantly increased the sales volume of its affiliates, and by the end of the year the company’s annual sales figure reached US $ 4.6 million.
AMD went public in September 1972. The company was the second source of the Intel MOS / LSI circuit in 1973, with products such as Am14 / 1506 and Am14 / 1507, and regical 100- bit dynamic dynamic registers.   In 1975, AMD produced 212 products – 49 of which were compatible with Am9102 (Metic N-Channel 1024-bit RAMand three lower Schottky MSI cycles : Am25LS07, Am25LS08, and Am25LS09.
Intel had introduced the first microprocessor, 44 bit of its 4004, in 1971.In 1975, AMD entered the microprocessor market with the Am9080, which was re-used in the Intel 8080 engine, and the Am2900 bit-slice microprocessor family. When Intel first installed microcode on its microprocessors in 1976, it entered into a licensing agreement with AMD, which had been licensed for microcode ownership in its microprocessors and in good condition, with the success of October 1976.
In 1977, AMD entered into a joint venture with Nokia, a German engineering engineer wishing to improve its technology and enter the American market.  Nokia bought 20% of AMD’s stock, giving the company a brand mark to grow its product lines. Both companies have jointly developed Advanced Micro Computer (AMC), based in Silicon Valley and Germany, allowing AMD to enter the development and development of computers,] particularly with the second launch of AMD -source Zilog Z8000 microprocessors.   When both
Intel technology exchange agreement
Intel introduced the first x86 microprocessors in 1978.  In 1981, IBM built its own PC, looking for Intel’s x86 processors, but only under the condition that Intel also offer a second source builder with its x86 microprocessors.  Intel and AMD entered into a 10-year technology exchange agreement, which began signing in October 1981 and was officially launched in February 1982. The terms of the agreement were that each company could obtain a second-generation producer. of semiconductor products made by another; that is, each person can “acquire” the right to manufacture and sell a product manufactured by another, if agreed to, by exchanging the copyright in a product with the same technical complexity. The technical details and licenses required to make and sell a portion can be exchanged for royalty in a growing company. The 1982 agreement also added to the 1976 AMD-Intel license agreement in 1995. This agreement included the right to file a dispute resolution, and after five years the right of the party to terminate the agreement by one year notice. A major consequence of the 1982 agreement was that AMD became the second-source manufacturer of Intel’s x86 micel and related chips, and Intel supplied AMD with data tapes through its 8086, 80186, and 80286 computers. .
Starting in 1982, AMD began producing Intel’s second, licensed 8086, 8088, 80186, and 80188 licenses, and in 1984, Intel’s 80286 Amone6 clone processor, a fast-growing market. -IBM PC and IBM clones. It also continued its successful collection of existing respiratory chips.  In 1983, it introduced INT.STD.1000, which has the highest production quality in the industry.
The company has continued to invest heavily in research and development, and in addition to other successful products, built the world’s first 512K EPROM in 1984. In the same year, AMD was listed as the 100 Best Companies to Work for America, and later listed Fortune 500 for the first time in 1985.
In the middle of 1985, the microchip market experienced a sharp decline, mainly due to long-term trading practices (dumping) from Japan, but also due to the crowded and unproductive chip market in the United States. AMD went through a crisis in the mid-1980s with its innovative design and modernization, acquiring a Liberty Chip program to design and produce one new chip or chipset per week for 52 weeks in the 1986 financial year,] and with great concern to persuade the US government to impose sanctions and restrictions on Japanese prices. During this time, AMD moved away from the DRAM market, making another approach to the CMOS market, which had previously entered it, because it focused more on bipolar chips. 
AMD has had some success in the mid-1980s with the AMD7910 and AMD7911 “World Chip” FSK modem, one of the first standard devices that incorporates Bell and CCITT tones up to 1200 baud Half duplex or 300/300 duplicates completely.  Since 1986, AMD has adopted a change targeted at RISC with its AMD Am29000 processor (29k);  29k survives as an embedded processor.   The company also increased its EPROM memory market share in the late 1980s.  Throughout the 1980s, AMD was the second source provider of Intel x86 processors. In 1991, it launched its compatible Am386 386, a chip designed for AMD. To build its own chips, AMD began to compete directly with Intel
AMD had a big, successful business of flash memory, even during the dotcom era. In 2003, dismantling other manufacturing facilities and assisting its full-fledged cash flow, under intense microprocessor competition from Intel, AMD began its sound memory and production business and joined Sp spread, a company affiliated with Fujitsu, which had previously integrated flash memory. with AMD since 1993.  In December 2005, AMD withdrew from Spension to target a larger microprocessor market, and Spread entered the public at IPO. 
On July 24, 2006, AMD announced its acquisition by graph processor company ATI Technologies. AMD has paid $ 4.3 billion and 58 million shares of its stock, approximately $ 5.4 billion. Completion was completed on October 25, 2006. On August 30, 2010, AMD announced that it would retire the ATI brand name with its image chipsets instead of the AMD brand name.
In October 2008, AMD announced plans to end production in the form of GlobalFoundries Inc., a multimillion-dollar joint venture with Advanced Technology Investment Co, an investment company founded by the Abu Dhabi government. Collaboration and rotation gave AMD a monetary boost and allowed it to focus only on chip constructionTo reassure Abu Dhabi’s investors the new success of the business, AMD CEO Hector Ruiz stepped down in July 2008, while he was chairman of the executive council, preparing to chair the global establishment in March 2009. President and COO Dirk Meyer became the Chief Executive Officer of AMD. The loss of reimbursement resulted in AMD cutting 1,100 jobs in 2009.
In August 2011, AMD announced that former Lenovo chief executive Rory Read would join the company as CEO, instead of Meyer. In November 2011, AMD announced plans to place more than 10% (1,400) of its employees in all sectors worldwide. In October 2012, it announced plans to lay off more than 15% of its employees in order to cut costs while reducing sales revenue.
AMD acquired a low-power low-power seaMicro in early 2012, with eyes on the release of an ARM chip construction chip.
On October 8, 2014, AMD announced that Rory Read had resigned after three years as President and chief executive.  He was succeeded by Lisa Su, a former chief executive officer who has been acting as acting officer since he took office since June. 
On October 16, 2014, AMD announced a new restructuring plan and its Q3 results. Launched on July 1, 2014, AMD has been reorganized into two business groups: Computing and Graphics, which mainly consists of desktop and data processes as well as chipsets, discs GPUs, and professional graphics; and Enterprise, Embed, and Semi-Custom, which mainly includes servers and embedding programs, dense servers, custom SoC products (including game console solutions), engineering services, and royalty. As part of this reconstruction, AMD announced that 7% of its global employees would be fired by the end of 2014. 
Following the launch of Global Foundries and its subsequent filling, AMD was left vacant at 1 AMD Area, its headquarters in Sunnyvale. In August 2016, AMD’s 47 years in Sunnyvale were completed when it signed an agreement with Irvine Company for a new sq. Headquarters building. Ft.khulu in Santa Clara. AMD’s new location in Santa Clara Square faces Archrival Intel’s headquarters across the Bayshore Freeway and San Tomas Aquino Creek. About the same time, AMD also agreed to sell 1 AMD property to Irvine Company.  In April 2019, the Irvine Company received approval from the Sunnyvale City Council for its plans to demolish the 1 AMD Place and built a total of 32 hectares of townhouses and apartments.