AMD Firms Up Deals With Phoenix, General Software

Advanced Micro Devices is having a busy week with the BIOS makers, announcing a new storage device kit designed with leading firmware developer General Software and playing catch-up with rival Intel in getting on board with the latest products from Phoenix Technologies.

AMD and General Software have teamed up on a low-cost, low-power Network Attached Storage (NAS) reference design kit aimed at OEMs and system builders serving small businesses and home users. In a separate announcement this week, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based chipmaker and Phoenix Technologies committed to a technology partnership to optimize the firmware vendor's new HyperSpace platform with AMD processors and virtualization technology.

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