AMD CEO Lisa Su has expressed his expectation that 2022 will be a record year specifically for the semi-dedicated part that supplies chips to Sony and Microsoft consoles while giving an oral explanation in the context of the quarterly numbers presentation.
Su . called Not the growth rate of the semi-custom business specifically, but according to her this is a significant growth compared to the first quarter of last year. This growth is due to the sale of semi-custom chips for consoles from Sony and Microsoft, but it also specifically mentions Valve’s Steam Deck platform. According to the CEO, sales of this current generation of consoles are “above all previous expectations.”
The semi-ad hoc section falls under the Foundation, Embedded, and Semi-Dedicated section. This division recorded revenues of $2.5 billion, an increase of 88 percent over the first quarter of 2021. Growth in this division is also attributed to good sales of EPYC server processors; According to AMD, in the last eight of the 10 quarters, server turnover doubled. The inline part also performed well; The sales volume of this undisclosed segment doubled compared to last year, mainly due to growth in the automotive segment.
Outside Quarterly numbers Turns out AMD also had a good three months in the computing and graphics department. Revenue was $2.8 billion, an increase of 33 percent year-over-year. This growth is mainly due to the sale of Ryzen CPUs and Radeon GPUs, but AMD does not provide exact numbers.
First quarter results of this year partially affected by Xilinx acquisition† That was a takeover Completed on February 14th† Total revenue was $5.9 billion, up 77 percent from the first three months of 2021. If you ignore Xilinx, AMD reported revenue of $5.3 billion last quarter. Profits were $786 million, up 42 percent. Sales in the first quarter of this year were also 22 percent higher than the quarterly turnover for the last three months of 2021. This is remarkable, because the turnover in the first quarter is usually somewhat lower.
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