(Reuters) - Bitter rivals Advanced Micro Devices Inc <AMD.O> and Intel Corp <INTC.O> on Monday unveiled a partnership that will help the chipmakers take on Nvidia Corp <NVDA.O>.
Under the partnership, AMD's semi-custom graphics chip will be integrated into Intel's new multi-chip processor package for personal computing.
AMD's shares were up 6.5 percent at $11.84 (£9) in early trading. Intel was up 1 percent, while Nvidia was down 0.5 percent.
Designed by Intel, the new product will integrate an Intel core processor together with a semi-custom radeon graphic chip and second-generation high bandwidth memory (HBM2) into one package, AMD said in a statement.
(Reporting by Arjun Panchadar in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel)