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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:14

AMD poaches more Nvidia talent

Written by Peter Scott

Sean Pelletier, marketing magician

AMD has apparently managed to grab yet another high-ranking Nvidian, but this time it was no engineer or developer.

Nvidia’s Senior Technical Marketing Manager for Windows, Windows RT and Apple Notebooks Sean Pelletier has jumped ship and joined the reds. Pelletier spend close to six years at Nvidia, where he advanced through the ranks rather quickly.

It is still unclear what Pelletier will do at AMD, but his role will probably be very similar, minus Windows RT, of course. AMD has lost the Apple notebook market to Nvidia, and its latest acquisition might indicate that it wants it back.

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