>AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) today announced revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015 of $958 million, operating loss of $49 million and net loss of $102 million, or $0.13 per share.
IT'S OVER, AMD IS FINISHED & BANKRUPT
Everything is going smoothly then. It's almost time to buy in. They will take a modest loss in Q1 2016 and a small loss Q2 but will return to profit after that. Everything points to AMD stabilizing once they get their new products out while they continue to get money from the consoles APUs.
>loss equals bankruptcy
Nice b8 m8, I r8 it 8/8.
>implying nvidia didn't report net income down by 82% and diluted earnings per share down by 79%
See? I can make a company look like a failure too on a board of people that don't know what that means.
I don't know why intel/nvidiafags love hating AMD so much
if AMD falls under, there will be no competition and intel/nvidia hardware prices will go up because monopoly. Also, the technology will stagnate as there will be no reason for them to keep pushing performance increases.
>Also, the technology will stagnate as there will be no reason for them to keep pushing performance increases.
Yeah, and already seeing this happening as AMD struggle to keep up. Especially with in Intel.
That's certainly better than Q1 2015 ($180 Million net loss). AMD must be doing something right.
Hang in there you fuckers, you still have to launch Zen.
Well it wasn't really a "plan" it was a forecast, the FAD went over these details. Polaris is supposed to land sometime in the middle of 2016 which should improve things somewhat then Zen lands toward the end of 2016(or beginning of 2017 if all hell breaks loose).
>not knowing at all how capitalism works
AMD as it currently is may be finished, but the brand isn't going anywhere. Worst case scenario they go bankrupt and someone else buys their assets. Being the only effective competitor to Intel on the X86/AMD64 market, and the major competitor to NVidia means that there are a lot of other, better run companies who would like to get their hands on those assets. Or AMD may manage to turn itself around. Either way, it's far from over.
Doesn't matter if it can't run x86 programs without a huge bottleneck.
What do they do when an unrestricted monopoly finally crushes the competition this hard? There isn't even a third option.
>Net loss of $102 million, loss per share of $0.13, compared to a net loss of $197 million, loss per share of $0.25 in Q3 2015 and non-GAAP net loss of $79 million, loss per share of $0.10, compared to non-GAAP net loss of $136 million, loss per share of $0.17 in Q3 2015.
AMD IS FINISHED & BANKRUPT
The iPad Pros success is a sign that as long as the apps that can do the work they need done get made or existing x86 ones ported, no one gives a flying hoot about architecture. Legacy eventually stops being a draw.
An x86 monopoly can't legally exist you mega retard.
You're also forgetting AMD has intel by the balls because AMD owns the AMD64 license. Intel's itanium was a piece of shit that died. It should have never even existed in the first place, intel must have been smoking a metric ton of crack when they thought it was a good idea to break compatibility with 32-bit x86 operating systems.
AT&T got split up, and look what we have these days. Garbage, nearly as bad as when AT&T was an absolute monopoly. Competition between telcos in cellular and internet markets is artificial in the best cases.
How much did that make for tax purposes?
Cause fuck what their balance sheet says, that is misleading.
niggers gotta look at their tax information, that will show if it's going under or not.
if AMD falls someone else will buy it, most like likely Realtek, those chinks have enough money to buy both AMD and Nvidia not to mention that their chipsets are virtually in every motherboard and the chinks have been wanting to make CPUs for a while now.
AMD dying it's would probably be the best thing that could happen in this decade.
>Everything is going smoothly then. It's almost time to buy in. They will take a modest loss in Q1 2016 and a small loss Q2 but will return to profit after that. Everything points to AMD stabilizing once they get their new products out while they continue to get money from the consoles APUs.
Pretty much nails it.
Assuming AMD pulls out all the stops for ZEN i see nothing but high stock prices and competition to intel
Dozens of posters on /g/ seriously think that the value of a company, the operating business, facilities, and IP are only equal to its trending stock value.
This board is filled with high school dropouts.
AMD pays almost nothing in taxes because they don't have any profits to tax. Looking only at taxes isn't a good way to analyze a company because tax is calculated on a cash basis instead of accrual.
>dumbfucks fall for intel viral marketing
>screw over the best processor company
>cry that amd is dying while typing on their shitmachines powered by jewtel
You did this /g/.
Posted from my AMD powered PC.
Even AMD don't use their own CPU with the Polaris test...
same for the quantum project
>same for the quantum project
That is because there are no ITX AM3+ boards that can handle a 9590. Project Quantum is dead anyway as nobody was willing to build the thing for AMD.
That is assuming someone will buy them as a complete entity, and not just parts of them - or at least their CPU and GPU subdivisions as a whole, and then also deciding on keeping a high R&D on x86 and/or its repective GPU market - they could very well just hold the patents and sell more APU memes & Low-end products.
This whole AMD getting bought by some big company meme isn't as easy as many of you fags want to think it is.
>Splitting up anything
Yeah, we've seen how good this worked in the past. :^)
>What is video/media editing
>What are high-performance Servers
>What are most Supercomputers
>Inb4 muh ARM and MIPS
Fuck off Freetard
>Le finish le bankrupt meme
To be honest though, I think this year is it for AMD. With now losing 28% of their revenue to 2014, they have to deliver with Polaris and Zen. I don't think they'd be able to stand their ground anymore if any of these two is not going to end up competitive. Their revenue is even below Nvidia's now.
No even adults are pron to this,it's just until it effect them that they start caring.Example one of my professors hates intel to hell after seeing them being scum firsthand in the 90s yet buys nvidia cards because the drivers work to play his Civ 5 or total war in class,he went on saying that AMD be worse than nvidia because microsoft gives nvidia a free pass with certification with drivers and doesn't for AMD so AMD has to pay which is probabaly why drivers take forever.
At 2014 - Q4, AMD needed $1.57B to be at zero (no loss, no gain).
In 2015 - Q3, AMD needed $1.22B to be at zero (no loss, no gain).
In 2015 - Q4, AMD needed $1.01B to be at zero (no loss, no gain).
As long as we do not include interest from debt which is now around $50M per quarter.
If AMD got $2B in revenue in 2014 - Q4, they would make $0.57B profit.
If AMD got $2B in revenue in 2015 - Q3, they would make $0.78B profit.
If AMD got $2B in revenue in 2015 - Q4, they would make $0.99B profit.
>bought at $1.9
>didn't sell when it was $3
Polaris better kick ass.
No he was a degree in mathematics with some Computer science emphasis and worked in IT with networks,read some where he set up some of the first LAN in campuses in the US,so he isnt a dull guy in the slightest.