Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout
Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout

AMD gains chip market share at Intel’s expense; shares surge

  • After decades of lagging behind Intel, AMD has been catching up in recent years, helped by advances at contract manufacturing partner TSMC
  • Wall Street expects AMD’s sales to climb 25 per cent this year to US$8.4 billion, which is still about half what Intel books in one quarter

Topic |   Semiconductors
Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout
Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su expects demand for the company’s chips used in notebook computers and servers will increase in the second half of 2020. Photo: Handout
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