The Red team has recently announced its Q4 earnings of 2019 and its annual financial reports as well. In 2019, AMD experienced the highest revenues in the past six years majorly due to the sales from the Ryzen 3000 CPUs, new Navi GPUs and its server-end CPUs.
The severe jump to the 7nm platform in 2019 played a key role for the company not only on the CPU front as well as on the GPU business as well. From the Ryzen 3000 to Navi GPUs or from the Threadripper 3000 to the AMD EPYC CPUs we experienced a year of 7nm in 2019.
AMD’s CEO Dr Lisa Su has reported the company’s Q4 2019 revenue reached US$2.13 billion, while the yearly revenue topped at a record-breaking US$6.73 billion, which is in fact 4% higher than 2018 one. On the other hand, Intel has reported US$10 billion in revenues for the 4th quarter of 2019 alone.
Only the 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs along with the Radeon RX 5000-series GPUs brought in US$4.7 billion revenue, which is a 69% increase over the CPU + GPU revenues generated in 2018. This is a major achievement for the company and we knew something like this could happen after the massive earnings in Q3 2019.
According to AMD, the company has experienced the highest CPU sales in 6 years, while the GPU shipments grew by “double-digit” percentages on a YoY basis. The Red team will be focusing more on the 7nm products in 2020 and try to increase the production to meet the demands, adjust price as per Intel’s upcoming offerings in the CPU market.
AMD has also managed to reduce its debt by ⅔, from US$4.5 billion in 2009 to US$1.5 billion in 2019, and 50% of it was mitigated only in 2019. Overall, AMD eyes a 45% gross margin and 30 % revenue increase in 2020.
With the Ryzen 4000 mobile APUs, upcoming next-gen consoles powered by AMD, the company has a busy schedule in 2020 as well. AMD will also be bringing the Ryzen 4000 to desktop and the next-gen RDNA based Navi GPUs.
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