Computex-2013Recent years, the company Advanced Micro Devices saw its products as solutions for Windows-oriented products, but now it is not so, and AMD opens the door for Android, Chrome OS and tablets in general.

Lisa Su, general manager of business development AMD, today at Computex-2013 stated that AMD Expands Support for operating systems starting to produce hybrid solutions for x86-ARM platform in the coming year.

According to her, as the company is expanding the program to produce customized chips and will offer its expertise to manufacturers tablets based on Android, ChromeOS and others in the field of chip design and integration. According to unofficial data, now AMD has had similar experience, because the chips the company will work with the new version of the game console Xbox One. Here, a modified version of the processor with integrated graphics component.

“We fully support Windows 8 and we believe that this is a great operating system, but we also see growing market of Android and Chrome”, – she said.

Previously, AMD stated that it is not interested in the chips for Android and planned to produce only solutions for Windows 8.

Su did not say exactly when and what kind of chips for Android you can expect from AMD, however, she admitted that the company is now holding consultations on this matter with several leading developers of the OS. In addition, she recalled that recently announced AMD processors Temash A4 and A6, which are designed for use in portable electronic solutions, such as x86-plates. The first devices based on Temash should appear in the second half of the year.