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Mike Johnson (technologist)

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William Michael Johnson is a technologist, and pioneer in superscalar microprocessor design in the United States. Johnson holds bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering, both from Arizona State University. Johnson was an architect and designer of early reduced instruction set computing (RISC) processors at IBM known as ROMP, in Austin, Texas. Johnson joined Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in 1985 as the chief architect of the AMD Am29000 family (commonly known as "29K") of microprocessors. He graduated with a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 1989, working with Professor Mark Horowitz. He held various management and leadership positions on the AMD K5 and K7 processor teams. He was vice president of the Advanced Architecture Labs, responsible for technology development in the areas of processor, multimedia, networking, telecommunications, and personal computer system products. He was vice president of the AMD Personal Connectivity Solutions Gr
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