In Switch, Toshiba Buys AMD Chips

The computer giant will again use AMD products in laptops, a key deal that may help the chipmaker shake Intel's dominance of the PC chip market

Losing Toshiba as a customer never sat well with Advanced Micro Devices. Japan's Toshiba ditched AMD for Intel as a maker of chips for its laptops in 2001. Since then, AMD has been fighting its way back into Toshiba's lineup in a campaign that has accelerated in recent months.

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