AMD AND THE GRAND OLE OPRY HARMONIZE AT CARNEGIE HALL
Subject: General Tech | November 14, 2005 - 04:52 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
NEW YORK CITY-NOVEMBER 14, 2005-AMD (NYSE:AMD) today announced that the Grand Ole Opry, the world's most venerated name in country music, will be capturing live performances tonight at Carnegie Hall using AMD64 processors. The special Carnegie Hall event commemorates the 80th anniversary of live Grand Ole Opry broadcasts and will feature performances by many of today's top musical artists. The performances will provide content for a planned 5.1 surround sound DVD. For more information about the Carnegie Hall engagement, please click here. At the Grand Ole Opry House and the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, Dual-Core AMD Opteron(tm) processors running Steinberg Nuendo media production software are reinvigorating their audio recording, broadcasting and digital asset management pipeline. AMD64 technology allows the legendary Opry to remain at the forefront of innovation. The American popular culture tradition of mixing art and modern technology was evident at the Opry in the early days of radio during the 1920's. Now a pillar of classic Americana, the Opry is the world's longest running radio program with regular live television, radio and Internet streaming broadcasts to millions of fans around the globe.