AMD reported Q3 results today, with revenue up 13% and profit down 93% in the current economic environment, although this was mainly due to the financial loss from the Silings acquisition. Non-gapp profit was still up 23%.
Among AMD's businesses, EPYC's data center segment was the best performer, with revenue of $1.609 billion, up 45% from $1.108 billion a year earlier. Operating income was $505 million, compared with $308 million a year earlier.
Revenue in the hard-pressed client division, where Ryzen processors are located, was $1.022 billion, down 40% from $1.692 billion a year earlier.The operating loss was $26m, compared with an operating profit of $490m a year earlier.
PC processor is not only the problem of profit decline, but also the test of market share decline. The situation in this respect is also very complicated. One is that Intel, a friend of Intel, has caught up with the advantage of the product, and the 12 and 13 generation core core is very competitive.
On the other hand, it is thought to be related to AMD voluntarily giving up,As Ryzen processors and the entire platform continued to be priced higher, AMD didn't like the low-end, cheap positioning.
How big is the impact? Is AMD voluntarily giving up some x86 market share? And that's what the earnings call analysts are looking at,
For this issue, AMD CEO Su Zifeng also made a response in the earnings conference,By stressing that the PC market is more price-sensitive, AMD will ensure that it only pursues profitable businesses in that area.
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