So they threw away a whole generation of chips on 20 nm. And paid to do it. They haven't announced any actual cost-cutting measures.
Q3 should be a lot like Q2.
Lisa Su failed the day she took the title, but didn't force the company into a Chapter 11. It's incontrovertible proof that she's no better than her predecessors, and doesn't understand that by keeping this company alive she's just defrauding all the people who've bought shares since the day she gained control.
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.
They should have announced that chapter before they sold the fabs. Perpetual financial incompetence.
AMD made a gigantic mistake not skipping HBM1. Huge. And they apparently spent all their time doing the memory system and didn't advance their cores. And then they limited the parts to 4 GB, so it can't do anything with 4K that you'd need 4K to get done.
AMD is so far behind it thinks it's ahead (but really it knows how far behind it is, but it can't let that fact appear to be in its mind, or it will start bawling like a baby in a blender).
This was predictable. I predicted it, in fact. AMD trying to bring a completely new technology to semiconductors? Recipe for disaster. They can't walk a straight line with a handrail. Watching them try to dance hip-hop is a schiz show.
He manipulates all of the content he plagiarizes. So there isn't even that to give him. If the internet had a door we would have changed the locks long ago.
You overestimate your value, as well as AMD's. You are not as smart as you pretend.
You are correct that the GPU IP is valuable. At least, it used to be. The last couple of years it's been slipping in comparison to its competitors' graphics technologies. In the last round of major design refreshes, it was coupled with what is supposed to be transformative memory technology, HBM, and yet the resulting product fails to beat the competition head to head. Which means the GPU core itself is no longer progressing at anything like a valuable rate. So anyone buying the GPU IP would be looking to use it to make toys, not serious hardware.
The FTC won't back anyone up on anything. Intel is not obligated to provide IP to a competitor. It is, however, obligated not to use anticompetitive tactics to make the economic playing field unfair to a competitor. People conflate the two things and conclude incorrectly that the FTC is keeping AMD alive because of the x86 IP. The FTC is fine with the agreement lapsing when AMD gets sold, because that's not the FTC's concern. Intel can work around AMD's IP. Anyone buying AMD has to consider the fact they might not be able to afford to be in the x86 business with the royalties Intel would demand in lieu of a global IP-sharing agreement.
AMD is currently valued at $100 million below zero. People who buy this stock will be studied by social psychologists for a century.
Yahoo needs to police these habitual frauds.
He's found the perfect stock. Zero chance of survival, so as he pumps it it just keeps pounding him. Must be a masochist.
A bunch of noobs just returned from dumping their chinese ADRs and went looking for "value stocks", and they've made a terrible, terrible mistake here.
There's no fundamental reason for AMD to go up ever again.
Chinese incomes are 1/8th American incomes. And they prefer gambling to video gaming. And the government is tightly controlling the game titles that will be allowed. And no doubt ready to heavily restrict internet connected interaction. Pretending that any more than a few tens of millions of consoles will ever be sold in China is simply fraud.
India is even poorer, by another factor of 10.
AMD longs hoping to make money on these markets should just keep buying gum wrappers with the AMD logo on them. I've put them on sale for the low, low price of $1.62. No choice of color; I had to cut options to meet volume production, so they're all made using the same crayon.
No speculating, that's guaranteed to be the earliest an OEM can have a Zen part in a server product. AMD won't be shipping for revenue until mid-Q3 at the earliest, and OEMs take a few months to build and ship. This is why it's impossible for Zen and Greenland to compete for the 2016 back-to-school market.
Zen is going to hit the market while Intel is wallpapering server with superior chips. Nobody is going to lose their job for not buying Zen. It might as well be bundled with a crack pipe.
We'll never know, unless someone volunteers to cut and paste the daily price once it drops below $1 and goes onto the pencil-and-paper network.
Anyone reading your posts knows you're a liar, and you're just trying to con people into decimating their life savings by exposing it to the certain demise of AMD. You have posted major lies on all time scales.
Your personal life is a matter of public record, Luskin. The court judgments against you and your employers for your frauds are online for all to see.
And the very last thing you have ever done is discuss facts with logic. You're a huckster, a liar, a fraud, a con man, and a troll.