AMD: Revenue by Segment 2020

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This statistic highlights AMD’s Revenue by Segment. AMD earns its revenue from the following two reportable segments namely, the Computing and Graphics Segment and the Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom segment.
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By Sankul Iyer

This statistic highlights AMD’s Revenue by Segment.

AMD Inc. earns its net revenue from the following two reportable segments namely, the Computing and Graphics Segment and the Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom segment. While the former comprises of discrete, integrated, professional and data center GPUs along with chipsets and desktops, the latter includes game consoles-related technology, embedded and server processors and semi-custom System-on-Chips products.

In the third quarter of FY 2019, the Computing and Graphics segment of AMD generated revenue worth $ 1.28 billion. This was a 35.74% rise from Q2 and marked the highest revenue earned as well as the highest QoQ revenue growth rate achieved till date. This rise was primarily driven by an increase in AMD’s Ryzen processors sales that resulted in a 40% increase in average selling price combined with a 10% increase in unit shipments. This was however offset by a decline in demand for the company’s Radeon products.

In Q1 FY 2019, there was a 15.72% decline from Q4 FY 2018, compared to a 16.39% rise QoQ in Q1 FY 2018. This segment has been facing a downtrend in revenue from Q2 FY 2018 to Q1 FY 2019, save for a 5.12% rise in Q4 FY 2018. This could be attributed to an increased dependence on consumer desktops and notebooks which have been facing intense competition, particularly from Intel Corp. and are also prone to rapid changes in replacement cycles.

The Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-custom segment of AMD has recorded a double-digit QoQ revenue decline in every fourth quarter of a fiscal year since 2016. Lower semi-custom product sales could be to blame for this trend.

In each of the first quarter of both FY 2018 and FY 2019, the quarterly growth rate was under 2%, but increased to 25.94% and to 34.01% in the second quarters of the above two fiscal years. In Q3 FY 2019, there was a 20.98% growth from Q2, compared to a 6.72% QoQ growth in the third quarter of FY 2018.

In Q3 FY 2019, international sales accounted for 72% of the net revenues from the Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom segment and 73% of the net revenues from the Computing and Graphics segment. The company expects international sales to be a major factor in driving up its total sales in the near future.

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