Advanced Micro Devices Inc, now taking in Monolithic Memories, is cutting the combined workforce by 500 and reducing research and development expenditure, currently running at over 25% of sales, by $10m a quarter: it is abandoning all random access memory chip development apart from that involved with its joint venture with Sony Corp on static RAMs, but will continue to support existing products.
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