and thought it was interesting because it lists under "must have" skills and experience:
- High performance ARM processor and ARM system integration experience
- Experience with ARM power management, debug, SW
- Knowledge on ARM based SoC fullchip verification a plus
- ARM application processor experience, specifically ARMv7 architecture, or “A” series-A8, A9, A15
So ARM is definitely part of their new ambidextrous design approach (there are those rumours circulating that they want to buy MIPS and so people have been saying that maybe ARM isn't a go at AMD...).
Anyway, I guess it's all fairly obvious, but I thought I'd pass it on as from memory they never explicitly stated that they'd start doing ARM chips.