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Advanced Micro Devices Inc AMD

Market Closed
18 Jun, 20:00
154. 63
Pre Market
156. 26
+1.63 +1.05%
271.33B Market Cap
1,401.5 P/E Ratio
0% Div Yield
51,852,000 Volume
2.65 Eps
$ 158.40
Previous Close
Day Range
153.34 157.24
Year Range
92.74 227.3

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc Profile

Semiconductors Industry
Technology Sector
Dr. Lisa T. Su Ph.D. CEO
NASDAQ (NGS) Exchange
US0079031078 ISIN
US Country
26,000 Employees
- Last Dividend
23 Aug 1983 Last Split
15 Oct 1979 IPO Date


Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) stands as a global semiconductor company, distinguishing itself through its operations across several key sectors: Data Center, Client, Gaming, and Embedded. With a comprehensive portfolio that includes x86 microprocessors, graphics processing units (GPUs), system-on-chip (SoC) solutions, and an array of development services and technologies, AMD caters to a diverse clientele. This includes original equipment and design manufacturers, public cloud service providers, and independent distributors. Since its incorporation in 1969, AMD has established its headquarters in Santa Clara, California, reflecting the company’s enduring commitment to innovation and excellence in the semiconductor industry.

Products and Services

AMD’s expansive product line is designed to meet the increasing demands of modern technology applications, ranging from consumer computing to professional data centers. Here is an overview of its key offerings:

  • x86 Microprocessors: AMD provides a spectrum of x86 microprocessors under various branding, including the high-performance AMD Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper series, AMD Athlon for more budget-conscious solutions, and specialized AMD PRO A-Series for professional applications.
  • Graphics Processing Units (GPUs): The company manufactures GPUs for consumer gaming, professional workstations, and data centers. These are marketed under the AMD Radeon and Radeon Pro brands, offering exceptional graphics performance and efficiency.
  • Accelerated Processing Units (APU): Combining x86 CPU cores with integrated GPUs, APUs deliver efficient performance for sleek consumer electronics and small form factor devices.
  • Embedded Processors and Semi-Custom SoC Products: Tailoring solutions for specific customer needs, AMD develops embedded processors and semi-custom SoC products for a wide range of applications, including gaming consoles and industrial systems.
  • Data Center GPUs: Under the Radeon Instinct and Radeon PRO V-series, AMD provides GPUs optimized for data center deployments, enhancing computational power in workloads such as machine learning and high-performance computing.
  • Server Microprocessors: The AMD EPYC series offers server microprocessors with exceptional scalability, performance, and security features for modern datacenters.
  • Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) and Adaptive SoCs: AMD provides FPGA products under several brandings, such as Virtex, Kintex, and Artix, and adaptive SoCs like Zynq and Versal series, catering to customizable computing needs across industries.
  • Compute and Network Acceleration: Products like the Alveo brand of acceleration boards facilitate increased performance in computing and networking functions within data centers and other computing environments.

AMD serves its varied product portfolio to a global clientele through a composite of direct sales forces and sales representatives, highlighting the company's wide-reaching impact on modern computing, gaming, data centers, and embedded technologies.

Contact Information

Address: 2485 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara, CA, United States, 95054
Phone: 408 749 4000