Although this year's epidemic has led to uncertainty in many industries, it has little impact on AMD and its business is still growing at a high speed. On Wednesday, they will release Q3 results, and analysts predict that AMD's revenue will soar by 42% in the current quarter, and that related to the mainframe will soar by 88%. In Q2, amd achieved revenue of $1.93 billion, a year-on-year increase of 26%, and a net profit of $157 million, a year-on-year increase of 349%.
And in Q3 upcoming quarterly results,
Among AMD's major business units, the computing and graphics business is expected to generate revenue of $1.49 billion, up 9% month on month and 16% year-on-year.
In this quarter, it is still the sharp dragon 3000 processor and Rx 5000 Series graphics card that contribute to the performance. The sharp dragon 5000 and Rx 6000 series will not be available until November, and it will be Q4.
These two mainframes are customized by AMD, with 7Nm technology, 8-core zen2 and Navi architecture GPU. The difference is mainly due to the size of GPU.