By 2016, AMD shares had fallen within $2, up 20 to 30 times in less than four years from the current 50.
So how does amd live today? As you all know, it is the contribution of Zen architecture processor, that is, the Ruilong 1000 processor, which was launched in March 2017.
IPC performance increased by 52%. Once the bulldozer architecture was changed, awesome products were finally available in the high-performance X86 market.
As soon as the 14nm sharp dragon goes on the market, AMD will taste the sweet spot in 2017, and the processor business will start to turn around.
According to the data released by AMD, in 2016, the operating profit margin of AMD company was - 9%. In 2017, it became regular, realizing 2% of the operating profit, and then rose all the way. The operating profit margin reached 7% in 2018 and 9% in 2019.
AMD's momentum of development has continued until now. In Q1, AMD's revenue was $1.79 billion, up 40% from $1.27 billion in the same period of last year, down 16% from $2.13 billion in the previous quarter; its net profit was $162 million, up 912.5% from $16 million in the same period of last year.
As for the whole year 2020, AMD's revenue is expected to increase by 28% to 30% compared with 2019. Last year's revenue was 6.48 billion US dollars, 30% of which is 8.4 billion US dollars this year. In 2021, it easily exceeded 10 billion US dollars.