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daleste
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re: AMD financials down, future looks flat
daleste   4/23/2012 2:48:33 AM
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Although always behind, AMD used to be a lot closer to Intel. They have continued to move farther behind. Both companies are looking to diversify since the PC era is changing. The one that is the most successful in diversification could be the winner.

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Mark1980   4/21/2012 11:26:38 AM
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I think AMD is making good progress e.g. recently hiring new software technicians/engineers for drivers etc (long overdue), AMD is concentrating on what it should have (mobile+GPU) and is avoiding head on with intel for the moment (being weak & starting a brawl is bad idea). You can`t take a giant out with a knock out punch but should work on parts of the body - little by little. start with the (Intel) Achilles AMD...

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goafrit   4/20/2012 5:17:16 PM
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AMD being alive is progress. I do not know how they do because Intel is a colossus. But thinking that AMD has a bright future is being drunk!

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re: AMD financials down, future looks flat
agk   4/20/2012 7:46:00 AM
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It is a great battle to compete with Intel.AMD has lot of courage to do so.They are continually trying it. And so AMD chips are in the hands of a set of consumers till date.



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