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Nortel Names AMD Supplier of Year
Date: Wednesday July 05, 2000
Category: Press Release
Manufacturer Link: AMD
AMD today announced that it was recently named Supplier of the Year by Nortel Networks as a result of its technology, quality, and product availability.
 

SUNNYVALE, CA.--JULY 5, 2000--AMD today announced that it was recently named Supplier of the Year by Nortel Networks as a result of its technology, quality, and product availability.

"AMD Flash memory products are used in the majority of Nortel Networks' designs, and were 100 per cent defect-free throughout all of our worldwide operations for 1999," said Ken Bradley, Vice President, Supply Management, Nortel Networks. "AMD focuses on the designer's requirements. They have consistently exceeded expectations in all the critical areas of Nortel Networks' supplier relationship." Bradley noted, "In addition, they always keep in mind what we're looking for to drive Nortel Networks forward."

"We're elated to receive this recognition from Nortel Networks, a global leader in networking solutions," said AMD's Walid Maghribi, Group Vice President of AMD's Memory Group. "We've taken a long-term customer-centered approach with Nortel Networks. In the face of unprecedented capacity constraints in the industry, we're working very closely with them to help them achieve their business goals."

"AMD consistently exhibits insight and foresight when it comes to positioning themselves to protect our business and growth potential," added Bradley.

This marks the third major award win recently for AMD's Flash Memory products. Previously, Volkswagen honored AMD with its Leading Edge Award for Flash Memory devices, and Cisco named AMD the recipient of the 1999 Cisco Semiconductor Supplier of the Year award.

About AMD Flash Memory Devices
AMD's technology is employed by the world's largest producer of flash memory devices, Fujitsu-AMD Semiconductor Ltd. (FASL). AMD flash memory products encompass a broad spectrum of densities and features to support a wide range of markets. AMD offers many innovative flash memory products such as the award winning Simultaneous Read Write (SRW) product family; Super Low Voltage 1.8V flash memory devices; and Burst- and Page- mode devices. AMD developed the robust Known Good Die (KGD) program and the patented negative gate erase technology, and refined the industry standard Fine pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA).

All AMD flash memory products are guaranteed for a minimum of one million write cycles per sector and 20 years' data retention, making them the most reliable non-volatile memory devices offered in the industry.


SUNNYVALE, CA.--JULY 5, 2000--AMD today announced that it was recently named Supplier of the Year by Nortel Networks as a result of its technology, quality, and product availability.

"AMD Flash memory products are used in the majority of Nortel Networks' designs, and were 100 per cent defect-free throughout all of our worldwide operations for 1999," said Ken Bradley, Vice President, Supply Management, Nortel Networks. "AMD focuses on the designer's requirements. They have consistently exceeded expectations in all the critical areas of Nortel Networks' supplier relationship." Bradley noted, "In addition, they always keep in mind what we're looking for to drive Nortel Networks forward."

"We're elated to receive this recognition from Nortel Networks, a global leader in networking solutions," said AMD's Walid Maghribi, Group Vice President of AMD's Memory Group. "We've taken a long-term customer-centered approach with Nortel Networks. In the face of unprecedented capacity constraints in the industry, we're working very closely with them to help them achieve their business goals."

"AMD consistently exhibits insight and foresight when it comes to positioning themselves to protect our business and growth potential," added Bradley.

This marks the third major award win recently for AMD's Flash Memory products. Previously, Volkswagen honored AMD with its Leading Edge Award for Flash Memory devices, and Cisco named AMD the recipient of the 1999 Cisco Semiconductor Supplier of the Year award.

About AMD Flash Memory Devices
AMD's technology is employed by the world's largest producer of flash memory devices, Fujitsu-AMD Semiconductor Ltd. (FASL). AMD flash memory products encompass a broad spectrum of densities and features to support a wide range of markets. AMD offers many innovative flash memory products such as the award winning Simultaneous Read Write (SRW) product family; Super Low Voltage 1.8V flash memory devices; and Burst- and Page- mode devices. AMD developed the robust Known Good Die (KGD) program and the patented negative gate erase technology, and refined the industry standard Fine pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA).

All AMD flash memory products are guaranteed for a minimum of one million write cycles per sector and 20 years' data retention, making them the most reliable non-volatile memory devices offered in the industry.

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