Lisa Su has a giant roll of duct tape, and says she can fix anything.
I will never have to cover.
Someone will sell to you there. Not me. I'm still getting $1.79 for gum wrappers.
IBM will be the new Rambus. Incapable of implementing anything but content to squeeze everyone for license fees.
Shut up, dope. You know less about the afterlife than you do about technology, and that's hard to do.
At the rate I type, I don't have to.
Meanwhile, your sudden fetish about me seems to be a deflection from your failure to predict the fortunes of AMD.
It won't help.
Interesting, because usually that comes as a table with half a dozen ways you can stay listed. You can have low equity and assets but positive income and be listed, low assets and taking losses but good equity, etc. But common to all of them is that your share price must remain above $1/share. That's the ultimate killer of everyone.
Which is why earlier I said AMD can do reverse splits to keep its share price up to avoid being delisted. The shares-out requirement is really low, like 500k shares or something, maybe tens of thousands in concert with other factors. So AMD, with 780 million shares, can reverse split 1000:1 and not be kicked out.
But still, they are embarrassing their owners with this negative equity and pathetic share price. Really they should reverse split now. Do a nice 20:1, make the share price $35+, and then go looking for sugar daddies to dilute it down into the teens with a fat new issue..
Your paranoia about my identity is noted.
As is the fact that you didn't report a massive thief to the authorities. He's a liar or you're a crazy person.
What "rational pro-AMD content" have I failed to properly refute?
Zen is going to show up performing well behind Intel products.
AMD's HBM-2 graphics won't be around for over a year, and will come after nVidia's HBM-2 graphics, and the part of the chip that isn't the memory is still the GPUs these companies produce, and nVidia's have been thrashing AMD's, even when AMD has HBM-1 on board.
Do you think semi-custom SoC is going to save the company? Not if it keeps selling CPUs, APUs, and GPUs to the general market. If they cut back to doing nothing but bespoke SoC work, and cut back the staffing and marketing to match, they might make a few pennies a quarter. But it'd take them decades to pay off their debt.
But that's really the only way I can see them restructuring into a going concern. They can't compete in anything that has actual competition involved.
You have to buy a new card, and a new monitor, with FreeSync on it. And then it still does that stuff at lower frame rates. And because it's an AMD card it will have features AMD put in it for Mantle to use that DX12 can't use, and AMD isn't shipping Mantle any more. So you get worse performance, it costs you twice as much (for card plus monitor), you have to throw away your monitor, and it still breaks enough to make you realize you made a mistake.