AMD posts highest quarterly revenues since 2005, but results still disappoint

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Dr Lisa Su attributes AMD's rising sales to the popularity of 7nm Ryzen and Epyc CPUs
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Dr Lisa Su attributes AMD's rising sales to the popularity of 7nm Ryzen and Epyc CPUs

AMD quarterly sales highest since 2005, claims CEO Dr Lisa Su, driven by rising sales of Ryzen and Epyc CPUs

AMD has posted revenues up by nine per cent to $1.8 billion, its highest quarterly revenue posting since 2005, driven by rising sales of Ryzen and Epyc CPUs. However, the company failed to meet ...

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