Subject: General Tech | October 24, 2006 - 11:26 AM |

SUNNYVALE, Calif. and DRESDEN-Oct. 24, 2006-Today in Dresden, Germany,
AMD (NYSE: AMD) commemorated the 10-year anniversary of its
Dresden-based operations
with a ceremony attended by German Chancellor
Dr. Angela Merkel and an employee celebration. Joining the Chancellor
was Governor of Saxony, Professor Georg Milbradt, AMD Chairman and CEO,
Hector Ruiz and General Manager of AMD Dresden, Hans Deppe. On October
24, 1996 AMD broke ground for its first Dresden based microprocessor
production facility, Fab 30, initiating ten years of continuous
technology innovation and launching a unique German-American success

"AMD's success rests in large part on our ability to manufacture
and deliver innovative products in volume," said Hector Ruiz, Chairman
and CEO of AMD. "Thanks to tremendous government support and our great
Dresden employees, Fab 30 and Fab 36 have unmatched reputations for
delivering the solutions our customers need. Technology leadership and a
fair and competitive business
environment will enable AMD Dresden to continue to grow and set new
standards of operational efficiency."

Source: AMD

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