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  • ArizonaSteve - Thursday, September 22, 2011 - link

    ...the Financial Analyst Day will get delayed. Reply
  • gevorg - Thursday, September 22, 2011 - link

    AMD is one sad company. Reply
  • The Crying Man - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    Yup, they should just give up altogether. We got superior stuff from Intel anyway. Reply
  • silverblue - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    I'm not going to bite. I've promised myself that I'm not going to bite. Reply
  • The Crying Man - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    You shouldn't bite on sarcasm. Reply
  • JonnyDough - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    Not sure what makes you guys be so harsh against AMD, as they are a company that competes with giants and performs quite admirably...

    Not to mention you really sound like a bunch of frontrunners who undoubtedly bashed Intel just a few years ago, if you were even old enough to be tech enthusiasts yet.

    Often corporate climate IMPROVES with new executives and board members. To try to insult them here just because of some change is ignorant. You have no idea where they will be in five, ten, or twenty years. Stockholders like myself who have lost money in the market due to the economy know that the USA still has more going for it economically than most nations around the world. I'm holding onto my AMD stock, because many stocks that do poorly for awhile get the right mix of innovation and people and old company wisdom learned by making mistakes and they do really really well for awhile. Intel and NVidia are old goats with lots of capital. AMD is still on it's upward trend. I think there is more money to be made with AMD and sometimes fresh thinking is exactly what a corporation needs. :)
  • Pantsu - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    Looks like AMD's got some changes going on that's for sure, but are they for the better? Bergman was a veteran from ATI, and now I hear there's practically no tech guys in AMD's board. Whether he was sacked or really resigned without being pressured doesn't really matter. A rat leaving a sinking ship, or the goat that got sacked due to bad handling of GF relations.

    Delaying the analyst day is just some of the fallout of AMD's failure to release BD and supply enough 32 nm APUs. I guess there's some explaining to do next february.
  • Casper42 - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    I love how people come in here spouting off the doom of AMD and all hail Intel.

    The push of the date couldn't POSSIBLY be due to the fact that 1 month ago AMD made MAJOR changes to its server processor roadmap that will undoubtedly affect its financial outlook for the next 18-24 months. And perhaps they need some extra time to get all their changes in order before presenting them.

    And for the Intel bigots, without AMD, Intel would be more expensive and produce crappier products. So no matter how much you think "they should just give up altogether", you NEED AMD to stay in the CPU Game.
  • Iketh - Friday, September 23, 2011 - link

    everyone knows this by now... stop getting worked up over the same shit... evolve will you?? Reply
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  • nt300 - Sunday, September 25, 2011 - link

    Some of you are being harsh with AMD for some reason. For a small company bringing us great innovative tech, I am very surprized.
    That said, if the FAD is delayed or cancelled, then so be it. As long as Bulldozer gets released in good time and brings AMD back to full competition and profitability.

    As long as IBM is around, AMD will never go belly up....
  • AG4101997 - Sunday, September 25, 2011 - link

    Don't expect anything good to come out of Intel fanboys' mouths. AMD has made little change in terms of architecture (I believe the K8 architecture was the last major change, and that was over a decade ago). Yes, AMD needs to be a bit more innovative for this time, but if you think about it, AMD's current CPUs which have had little architecture change over the years compete with Intel's Sandy Bridge. That's impressive IMO. Though AMD is losing, they have a lot to offer soon with BD and a new line-up of Radeon HD cards. And I don't understand why people think AMD has failed since it's beginning. AMD held the crown back then. In 2005, Intel took that away and held it ever since. BD is aimed at taking it back, or to at least bring more competition. And you guys do realize that you technically aren't a large group of consumers. Your a "minority" in the market. About 90% of buyers get a computer to browse the internet, check email, etc. AMD has been aiming at this market for awhile, and Intel has done so too, but also at the enthusiast market, which current AMD CPUs cannot have a large place in. Oh, and Intel has had it's share of difficulties, from the delay of the Pentium 4s to the rocky start of SB (not to mention the delay with SB on Macbooks), Intel isn't a perfect company. Reply
  • Pessimism - Monday, September 26, 2011 - link

    IBM has zero involvement with AMD. At most they are a fab for hire. AMD is on life support and only exists as token competition for Intel. ATI is the only thing still giving them any relevant presence. Reply

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