AMD to spend $135M on chip R&D in Ireland, aiming at AI, data center, mobile tech

AMD has unveiled plans to invest $135 million over the next four years in several strategic research and development projects in Ireland. To support its R&D efforts there, targeted at developing technology for data centers, networking, 6G infrastructure, and next generation AI, AMD said it will be hiring 290 skilled engineers and researchers, in addition to a number of additional support roles.

The news comes a year after AMD paid $49 billion to acquire fabless semiconductor company Xilinx, which has been running manufacturing and engineering operations in…

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