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AMD Reports In Line Q1 Earnings, But Shares Drop 6 percent

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) fell by more than 6% in pre-market today after the company reported fiscal Q1/24 earnings per share (EPS) that were in line with expectations. The company achieved an EPS of $0.62, matching analyst predictions, while revenue slightly exceeded estimates, reaching $5.5 billion compared to the expected $5.48 billion.
The non-GAAP gross margin for the quarter improved by 2 percentage points from the previous year, reaching 52%. AMD’s CEO Lisa Su highlighted strong growth in the Data Center and Client segments, both increasing by over 80% year-over-year due to the rise in MI300 AI accelerator shipments and the adoption of Ryzen and EPYC processors.
Looking ahead, AMD expects second-quarter 2024 revenue to range between $5.4 billion and $6 billion, with a midpoint representing an estimated 6% year-over-year growth and about a 4% sequential increase. The non-GAAP gross margin for the quarter is projected to be around 53%.
Additionally, the company revised its 2024 revenue outlook for its Data Center GPU segment upward to $4 billion, from the previous forecast of $3.5 billion.

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