Nora Denzel And Mike Inglis Join AMD's Board Of Directors

29th March 2014
AMD have announced the appointments of both Nora Denzel and Mike Inglis to its board of directors, effective from March 19th, 2014. Current AMD board director H. Paulett Eberhart has also announced her decision not to stand for re-election at AMD’s 2014 Annual Meeting of Stockholders.

Nora Denzel History
Nora Denzel, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the State University of New York and a Master of Business Administration degree from Santa Clara University is currently a member on the board of directors of Saba Software, Ericsson and Outerwall but has previously served as a senior executive of Intuit, Hewlett-Packard and IBM.

Mike Inglis History
Mike Inglis, who has significant experience in the semiconductor industry and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic and Electrical engineering from Birmingham University is currently serving on the board of directors of Pace plc. He has previously held key posts at ARM Holdings plc, Motorola and Texas Instruments. He is also a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and in addition to his engineering degree he holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Cranfield School of Management.

Commenting on the changes Bruce Claflin, AMD’s chairman of the board said, “Nora and Mike are valuable additions to AMD’s board of directors, each offering diverse management, technology, and sales and marketing expertise developed through years of leadership roles at leading public companies. We are delighted they have agreed to join our board. At the same time, I want to thank Paulett for her years of service as a director. Over the past 10 years she has helped guide the company through the enormous changes that have affected our industry and she will be missed. The entire board wishes her well.”

AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) are a Processor Design and Manufacturing company, they are most well known for their ranges of Desktop PC Processors but also supply Mobile and Server Processors. The latter being primarily for cloud computing and virtualization environments. AMD devices are used everywhere from the smallest PC to state of the art Super Computers. Their purchase of ATI in 2006 has led to AMD developing CPU's that not only do normal processing functions but also graphics processing functions within a single chip.

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