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AMD holds first Developers Conference

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Bangalore, May 10 (UNI) Global innovative microprocessor solutions provider AMD today bared Indian Software developers its new technologies and products at its first Developers Conference realising the growing importance of the software community in the country.

Talking to UNI AMD Director for Developers Outreach Richard Finlayson said hitherto AMD's partners had been playing a role in highlighting AMD's product performance. However time was opportune for AMD to make a direct presentation, in cooperation with its partners as India was moving away from the routine application software to developing products.

Stating that the Conference had met with a tremendous response, Mr Finlayson was in full praise of India's software development community accounting for nearly half of the global software developers.

He said '' we realise India is an IT hub and Bangalore has a very large concentration of software developers, architects and IT managers''. The Developers Conference was an attempt to take ''our proximity with this community and keep them informed about the latest information related to AMD's technologies. We want to aid their decision making process and make it easier to develop solutions for the AMD domain'', he added.

Speaking at the event AMD INDIA President Ajay Marathe said the Conference aimed to empower developers, IT Managers and Techno marketers with the know how and tools needed to develop effective software solutions, deploy state of the art infrastructure and design integrated solutions and systems architecture.

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