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AMD has tuned the corner & beat the consensus
04/17/03 4:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 314 Words

It is also an indisputable fact that AMD did better than the consensus estimates. The consensus earnings according to Yahoo was $(0.48) and the actual was $(0.42). The very highest revenue estimate of 17 analysts was $710M, and the actual was $715M.
This is...

Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD
07/20/01 12:51 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 50 Words

Intel, which runs tons of ads all over the Intrenet and has a much better understanding of advertising and marketing strategy, is beating AMD, despite AMD's great product. AMD=No Web ads=maybe 17% market share.
INTEL=Tons of Web ads = 80% market share...

Doesn't make much sense for AMD
04/21/10 10:20 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 64 Words

... don't know how you've missed the news, but AMD no longer has any fab. They're all part of GlobalFoundries.

I think that a full buyout isn't really good for either company. Apple won't be able to subsume AMD without practically...

Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD
01/09/02 6:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 62 Words

... you took the words right out of my mouth!! I really question the marketing savvy of AMD. For a college project, I developed an advertising perspective for a computer chip that stunned my professor. I was thinking of sending it to...

Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD
07/20/01 11:49 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 67 Words

... would you guys pick AMD to comment on advertising? This is a company with fantastic product - and a HORRIBLE record of advertising their product - creating product or corporate image. Online advertising is a supplement to a full-fledged advertising campaign, which...

Can AMD make Apple happy?
04/27/10 1:43 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 103 Words

... AMD make Apple happy? That would be the question. I think Apple made a good choice dropping the Power chip simply because it was not keeping up. Intel's brand was the obvious choice. But we all know how Apple loves its privacy.

Re: AMD Calls Skype Into Intel Battle
03/04/06 6:42 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 61 Words

In any case, AMD should not be excluded from providing the service just because Skype and Intel are optimizing...

Re: AMD's Next Move
03/24/03 10:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 59 Words

Not mentioning this makes AMD appear far behind in the performance race, which is simply not the case. They have always been a serious contender to Intel, releasing products that could be considered very...

Just me
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD
07/27/01 8:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 27 Words
Re: I-Marketing Interview: AMD
07/20/01 7:23 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 103 Words

Are they ignoring study after study that illustrates the effectiveness for b2b marketing? Does their interactive agency realize that AMD needs to place their message in the same hot spots where Intel has pounded away? Having worked in corporate marketing for 10 years,...

AMD's Advertising Folly
07/20/01 1:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 52 Words

... is obvious that AMD (with an equivalent product to Intel's) is so far behind Intel in consumer perception because of Bob Kennedy's poor judgement on Internet advertising. Bob, don't you realize that ALL of your consumers, both B2B and B2C use the...

Re: AMD Mothballs Low-End Personal Internet Communicator
01/03/07 8:20 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 105 Words

The Geode processors have historically been very expensive to manufacture, and AMD actually risked additional losses with each sale. The Geode plan would only be successful with advances in manufacturing. (Read AMD's 10-K reports for the last few years for more info.)
Also, I'm...

Re: AMD Aims Geode at 'Desktop-Style' Devices
05/23/05 5:04 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 179 Words

Exactly what one expects from a Windows product, but as usual, when it screws up AMD's chip will be blamed for the defective quality, not the software running on it. Don't believe me? Ask some of the so called 'computer techs' in...

Re: AMD, Intel Stick with Speed for Gamers
10/22/04 8:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 270 Words

There is a reason AMD is pushing the FX and 64s cores faster and faster, it's because they know they are the lions share of the high end market. If they're able to push Intel out of that market completely, they'll win the...

Re: Dual-Core Duel for AMD, Intel
03/07/05 9:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 46 Words

Not an Intel or AMD stamp any where to be...

Intel VS AMD, battle of the processors
07/12/04 10:43 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 18 Words

... think this is quite a hot topics.. what do you guys think? Intel or AMD and why?

Smells like Intel paid Sonia
06/14/08 8:47 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 742 Words

I feel this is either because of the author's inability to conduct proper research, or she is being paid by someone to make such erroneous statements.

The truth is Intel has used its dominant market position as the favored brand name in the public to force PC manufacturers to NOT buy AMD ...

Each of the Major Vendors Has Critical Limitations
05/18/09 5:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 429 Words

... NVIDIA you are correct they lack the x86 base they need to complete a system and both Intel and AMD are moving to an integrated model which could lock them out. On the other hand while DX 11, and OpenCL are coming...

The Timeframe is also Important.
06/13/08 12:57 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 213 Words

During this time, AMD was practically nonexistant except in the DIY / Whitebox community. Demand was strong, but none of the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) would build anything with AMD inside. It didn't make any sense. AMD processors were at times, faster than...

Bad move
04/20/10 6:47 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 92 Words

... someone who works for a semiconductor company I feel Apple would be crazy to purchase AMD. Why own an expensive Fab that is second tier to Intel, requires billions of $ per year to keep running and must sell chips to...

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