AMD Will Webcast APU13 Keynotes

Save the air fare and tune in to AMD’s developer event over the web.

AMD has announced it will provide live webcasting of the keynote presentations at this year’s APU13 event, which runs from November 11 to 13 in San Jose, CA. APU13 is a summit for programmers and other computer professionals with an interest in AMD technologies.
AMD Senior Vice President Lisa Su will lead off the keynote series with a presentation at 4:00 PST November 11 on the topic “Developers: The Heart of AMD Innovation.” Other speakers include ARM CTO Mike Muller ("Is there Anything New in Heterogeneous Computing?"), Mediatek senior director Chien-Ping Lu ("How Many Cores Will We Need?"), and Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe (“Virtual Reality – A New Frontier in Computing.”)
See the AMD website for a complete list of keynote presentations. Real-time viewing will be available through AMD’s investor relations homepage. Archive replays will appear approximately one hour after the end of the presentation and will be available for one year. According to AMD, "viewers may also see live Keynote presentations on APU365, the digital platform for all ‘APU13’ content." At the conclusion of the event, all keynotes will also appear on AMD’s YouTube channel.