AMD’s development has been going well over the past few years, especially after the release of the 7nm Ryzen 3000 series in 2019, AMD’s MARKET share in the CPU began to soar, desktops, notebooks turned over, AMD Yes has become the belief of A rice. Players with a little more seniority know what AMD did in previous years, and AMD lost money every year before the Zen processor came out. I owe a lot of debt and pay more interest each year than you make a profit.
In 2016, AMD’s share price fell to $2, a two-or-three-fold increase in less than four years from its current 50-plus share price.
So how does AMD live today? It is known to be the contribution of the Zen architecture processor, the Ryelong 1000 processor, which went on sale in March 2017.
IPC performance improved by 52%, a change in the tractor architecture, in the high-performance X86 market finally have a powerful product.
The 14nm Ryzen launch, 2017 this year gave AMD a taste of sweetness, the processor business began to turn a profit.
According to AMD data, AMD’s operating margin was still -9% in 2016, and in 2017 it turned positive, achieving a 2% operating profit, then rising all the way, to 7% in 2018 and 9% in 2019.
AMD’s momentum continues to this day, with AMD’s revenue of $1.79 billion in q1 this year, up 40 percent from $1.27 billion a year earlier and down 16 percent from $2.13 billion in the previous quarter, and net profit of $162 million, up 912.5 percent from $16 million a year earlier.
For the full year 2020, AMD expects revenue to grow 28 to 30 percent from 2019, compared with $6.48 billion last year, $8.4 billion this year and $10 billion in 2021.