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I totally agree with this comment. AMD shouldn't follow INtel's and Nvidia's path to this kind of policy of buying and destroying. Innovation thrives on diversity.
I can't see why they would in this case. Gaining access to Xilinx 5G technology could be very lucrative, in the US and elsewhere, with Huawei being pushed out by Trump's anti-communist/anti-China paranoia.
You've hit the nail there, 5G, add it to the mobile ryzen cpus and it will be a big increase in feature set.

Not to mention the other uses of FPGAs.