More than 10,000 cases confirmed in the U.S. AMD CEO Su Zifeng call on people to stay social

Who announced today that THE COVID-19 new coronavirus infected more than 200,000 people, the United States epidemic is also spreading, more than 10,000 cases have been confirmed, also began to take the city and other means to control the personnel out, AMD CEO Su Zifeng also called on everyone to maintain social distance.

More than 10,000 cases confirmed in the U.S. AMD CEO Su Zifeng call on people to stay social

Mr Su said important action was being taken in the community to smooth the curve. Throughout this unprecedented time, AMD’s global employees are working hard to support AMD’s customers, partners, and communities.

Su also called on everyone to maintain social distance, through advanced technology to contact (friends and colleagues) to ensure security.

For AMD, this year is a year of full growth, and at the financial analyst meeting earlier this month, AMD announced that the growth rate for the next five years will be 20%, but this is a compound growth rate, this year’s growth rate will reach 28-30%.

AMD had expected the outbreak to affect Q1 revenue, which officials said would reach $1.8 billion, up and down $50 million, up 42 percent from a year earlier, although actual revenue would be more of a floor, or $1.75 billion.

But as the outbreak expands in the U.S., AMD’s performance this year is clearly expected to be affected, after the global semiconductor industry’s overall conservative forecast for this year, saying the decline was inevitable, but it’s not clear how much.