Highlights from AMD's Financial Analyst Day 11/13

Highlights from AMD's Financial Analyst Day 11/13

Summary: Some highlights from AMD's Financial Analyst Day.

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Here are some highlights from AMD's Financial Analyst Day. I've decided to post raw slides and might pick up on some of the points raised in later posts.

13-11-2008-16-58-41_sm.png Profitability, Focus, Execution ... you'll be seeing a lot of that over the following slides.

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13-11-2008-16-59-07_sm.png Notebooks driving sales. Nothing new there.

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13-11-2008-16-59-18_sm.png Different markets, different needs from their PCs.

13-11-2008-16-59-23_sm.png Different markets, different needs from their PCs.

13-11-2008-16-59-26_sm.png AMD achieves deep penetration into OEM lines.

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13-11-2008-16-59-44_sm.png Indication that AMD could be going back to the days of appealing to enthusiasts and DIY builders.

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13-11-2008-17-06-26_sm.png AMD is steering home users away from benchmarks (no surprise there since Intel beats them hands down) and instead focusing on

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13-11-2008-17-12-15_sm.png Notebooks offer good gross margins.

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On to Opteron ... focus on virtualization and power saving.

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Consumer computing

13-11-2008-18-00-43_sm.png AMD + ATI = profits???

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13-11-2008-18-00-56_sm.png Balanced platforms across the board.

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13-11-2008-18-01-09_sm.png Processor roadmap - 65nm/45nm/32nm

13-11-2008-18-01-17_sm.png Puma platform adoption as become core to AMD.

13-11-2008-18-01-21_sm.png OEM support for AMD

Topics: Processors, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility, Virtualization

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