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AMD looks ahead to profitability, talks about Fusion and mobile DirectX 11 GPUs

By Matthew
Nov 12, 2009
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  1. For the first time in years, AMD expects its microprocessor business to turn a profit in 2010. In a meeting with analysts and investors, the company said it is working hard to reduce debt -- which is currently around $3.2 billion. While still down, AMD posted a smaller-than-expected loss in the third quarter, which may be a sign of better things to come.

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  2. Puiu

    Puiu TS Addict Posts: 1,049   +94

    Unlike Intel or NVIDIA, AMD has to works twice as hard just to keep up. It's nice to see that they're doing better than expected. Maybe now they'll actually start eating away at Intel's market share.
  3. spikester48661

    spikester48661 TS Enthusiast Posts: 103

    go and get intel & nvidia shares AMD go go go
  4. Kibaruk

    Kibaruk TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,232   +79

    I always buy AMD and have no idea whats the fuzz with Intel is.
  5. Vrmithrax

    Vrmithrax TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,285   +232

    I'm sure the unfair business practices settlement with Intel and the hefty 1+ billion dollars that AMD will get on that will help to alleviate some of the debt. Glad they've had their road smoothed out a bit with all that the settlement entailed, it should help them to be much more competitive across the board, which is a huge win for us ATi and AMD product fans.
  6. Good news, a competitive AMD equals win for us customers.
  7. alexandrionel

    alexandrionel TS Rookie Posts: 94

    Good job AMD. Keep up the good work. Keep giving us better graphic card than the competition.
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