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  • fred_fre@ymail.com fred_fre Nov 2, 2012 1:22 AM Flag

    inetl is dead

    wow with what's coming from ARM and Co, inetl is in big trouble. Growth is going to be huge there, and inetl will suffer. Meanwhile AMD will have the final laugh...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • intc makes commodity silicon chips which are advanced by AMD's innovative architecture and design.

      intc is hookedOn AMD.

    • you butt-pumper amd fan have strange definition of dead and in trouble.

      intel have almost 11 billion cash. intel have most advanced wafer fabs on planet. intel have more than 95% of server market, more than 85% of all other market for CPU, and growing. intel have low debt. intel newest products are much better than amd's, which is why intel takw away amd market share so fast.

      amd on other hand have cash running out and debt being large. guidance is for no profit for more than a year to come. management offer no near term strategy to stay in business. when cash run out in few quarters, how will amd continue? loan will be very expensive since amd have bad credit and very large senior arab debt that won't subordinate.

      amd will be broke many quarter before arm chip can even slightly move bottom line needle, if such chip made successfully and competes with new atom server chip and other arm ship from better company like samsung.

      it look to me like amd is in big trouble and virtually dead. but what do i know? i am only a wuttz sock puppet that have self-cornholed one too many time by believing in amd, and have now come to my senses.

    • Intel is ARM's biggest customer. AMD is the one that is dead. Selling Sea Micro servers with ARM chips is not even close to enough to save it.

 
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