The two will work on mobile graphics tech for phones.
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"Our partnership with AMD will allow us to bring groundbreaking graphics products and solutions to market for tomorrow's mobile applications," Inyup Kang, president of Samsung Electronics System LSI, said in a statement. "Working with AMD to accelerate innovations in mobile graphics technologies ... will help take future mobile computing to the next level."
Terms include Samsung paying AMD licensing fees and royalties for its Radeon technology, and AMD licensing custom graphics intellectual property based on RDNA architecture.
Samsung will also integrate Radeon graphics into all of its future system-on-a-chip offerings for mobile applications.
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