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Raja Koduri Joins Intel as Chief Architect

After his departure from AMD, which we reported yesterday, Raja Koduri has found a new home at Intel. Intel officially announced the appointment of Raja Koduri as Intel chief architect, senior vice president of the newly formed Core and Visual Computing Group, and general manager of a new initiative to drive edge computing solutions.

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Raja Koduri Leaves AMD

Well the headline says it all, when we initially reported that AMD Radeon Technologies Group’s SVP and Chief Architect Raja Koduri was taking a sabbatical from the company back in September it was speculated that he would be leaving the company. Well it turns out this was true, Raja is leaving AMD for good.

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AMD Radeon Technologies Group’s Raja Koduri Takes Sabbatical

In a bit of non-hardware news, AMD Radeon Technologies Group's SVP and Chief Architect Raja Koduri has announced that he will be taking a multi-month sabbatical to "spend time with my family". Nobody can deny that AMD's CPU and GPU teams have been in high-gear for the last year or more, releasing an almost never-ending stream of products since Ryzen CPUs launched in March.

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AMD RX Vega Die Size Confirmed at 484 mm2

The die size of AMD's upcoming RX Vega chips has been sort of informally confirmed by Raja Koduri (head of Radeon Technologies Group) on Twitter. His post came as a response to people asking him about PC Perspective's prognosis on Vega's die size to be 512 mm². Koduri's did not answer directly, but cryptically responded with, "the number is the closest perfect square actually."

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AMD Working On Two Polaris GPUs

In a recent interview with Venture Beat AMD Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) head Raja Koduri confirmed that the company is currently working on two 14 nm FinFET GPUs that are based on the "Polaris" architecture. He referred to the two chips as "Polaris 10" and "Polaris 11" and said that both chips are "extremely power efficient".

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