In a way, yes. it will drastically reduce the time between scenes. No more dead time waiting for the next screen.
Disk speed has always been a noticeable bottleneck for computers. Switching from a spinning HD to an SSD is one of the best improvements you can make to user experience. But SSD access is still one of the slowest things a computer can do. So replacing SSD with this stuff will still make pretty much any computer work perceptibly faster.
But probably more important is the bit density, which is 10 times higher. Now in a normal HD box you can have spinning-disc capacity with speeds closer to DRAM than to SSD. Your phone with the 16 GB Flash becomes a 160 GB device. Your thumbdrive or SD card with 128 GB can now hold over a terabyte, and can act as the main disc for whatever you plug it into. Computers won't even need dedicated secondary storage, just a port where you plug in your bootable dongle, and they'll run as fast as the machine you're using now.
We're going to need a faster USB.
I think this is where Ken decided to start posting death threats to you.
If nobody's buying its products, its stock, or its bonds, nobody's getting paid. Expect no buyouts.
You really have no interest in doing anything but trolling, do you?
Watching a documentary on the development of the atomic bomb. Already know the physics inside-out. Occupying that 10% of my brain dealing with trolls like you.
"Fury being sold out is a failure?"
If Fury was a stadium concert, it would be a success to be sold out. But Fury is an electronic device. It is absolutely critical in such things to take advantage of early adopter interest in such a thing, because the technology is continuously declining in value. AMD isn't "sold out" so much as it was incapable of building anything like the proper number of cards for even a tepid launch. It's still stuck, unable to get yield out of the fab. This is something I predicted as soon as they described the stacked-memory architecture. it's an extremely complex process and AMD and its fab partners are susceptible to overconfidence. They are clearly not performing this procedure with any sort of skill or efficiency.
Cutting opex to "right-size" is a survival method, not a growth method. AMD took on its debt with the promise of growing. Instead it is shrinking. Sparing cash from operations is how they manage to service debt payments, but it cuts gross revenues and operating profits. And the things they're cutting are higher margin than the things that they continue to sell. And there is no visible end in sight to the cutting. If it somehow returned them to a net profit, maybe, but they can't forecast because they are continually creating reasons to write off tens and hundreds of millions of dollars in "one-time events", literally every quarter.
There's your veritas. Avoid the pumpers. They want to hurt you for no reason.
I've been shorting this stock since 2006. I've never actually stopped selling it, although my daily volumes are much smaller now. My basis is still in the teens. I've seen AMD do several layoffs. So yes, I know all about them. But that word "failure" is not something you should be pointing at anyone but yourself.
Two major adverse decisions totalling over half a million dollars. Nobody's taking that risk on him again. No need to have a license when nobody is hiring you.
The interesting part was in one of them he cost the client $50K, but his employer ended up settling for $290K. Can't imagine what Kenny did to tick that dude off so much. Smith Barney's lawyers were so spooked by it they just shoveled cash at the injured client.
That "net worth" paragraph is interesting. They don't get to count promissories as assets.
That isn't broken out on their balance sheet, though. Which means AMD investors are getting a false picture of the company's solvency.
AMD's debt could be called sooner rather than later. Moody's downgrade means they'll be paying through the nose for their LOC going forward as well.
Layoffs on the way. More production capability being cut. Because AMD can't profit.
You are the dumbest rock in the box. AMD is not selling 5 million consoles in China in Q4. The Chinese don't do Christmas, and America is tired of this generation of consoles, you dope. AMD's operating profit in consoles is way south of 20%, you idiot.
Another stupid lie from another stupid pumper.
What happened today is that people who'd bailed into cash panicking over China brought their cash to the semiconductor sector because of the Intel/Micron news (which is beyond huge; if that memory tech works it's going to make server farms fit into your closet). AMD got splashed on because a lot of those dopes don't know how to read more than one page of data before pulling the trigger; maybe they did nothing more than go "Holy Hector! When did AMD crash 52%??*" and mash the keyboard.
* - 2/5/2015 to 7/27/2015. Longs blame the buyout rumors they spread for undermining investor confidence.