AMD and 2D, two semiconductor manufacturers, have significantly increased their presence in their respective areas of expertise, and the two companies will also collaborate on chips to enter new areas. Media are quoting industry chain sources as saying that AMD is seeking to work with MediaTek to enter new areas, the two companies will cooperate in Wi-Fi chips, and thus enter the market.
According to industry insiders, AMD and MediaTek’s collaboration on Wi-Fi chips will begin with custom Wi-Fi 6 chips for notebooks.
AMD is seeking to enter the Wi-Fi chip segment in partnership with MediaTek, in addition to seeking to enter the dominant Wi-Fi chip market of Intel and Raytheon Semiconductor, but also to enhance its competitiveness, which will enhance AMD’s competitiveness in the notebook chip market.
Media reported that, different from Intel, AMD does not have any built-in wireless solutions, which also led to the use of AMD CPU motherboards and laptops, the need for wireless solutions from third parties.