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"This is probably as much of a clean slate (redirection) at AMD as we have ever seen," Acree said.
"We don't see that PC category going away, but we see that the market has changed," Bryant told the New York Times. "We need to figure out what the market wants."
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AMD isn't the only PC related company getting squeezed this year. Even arch rival Intel Corp., the largest and most profitable chip company, is facing pressures because the PC industry seems to have lost its forward momentum. That was made clear last week when CEO Paul Otellini announced he would retire next May in a surprise move. Andrew Bryant, Intel's chief financial officer, said the chip giant will have to adjust to a new world where smartphones and tablets have supplanted the PC as must have personal technology products.
Bankruptcy or a sale of the company does not look likely to analysts, despite AMD's depressed stock price less than $2 a share last week and despite reports Louis Vuitton Belts For Men Price
Rakesh estimates the company will return to profitability in the third quarter of next year at a sharply reduced revenue level. He estimates AMD's annual revenue will fall from $6.6 billion last year to $4.9 billion next year, before starting to grow again in 2014.
This just in: Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has enough financial resources and support to make it through the next few challenging quarters as it tries to build a viable future for itself, according to financial analysts who have talked with management.
Part of the pain at AMD, analysts acknowledge, is that a revised vision for the company means it must let go of its old self image as the valiant underdog fighting gamely against Intel for a profitable and secure place as a key supplier to the PC industry. That image sustained the company in good times and bad for the past two decades, analysts said, and it inspired a generation of AMD workers.
a classic Jerry Sanders style high stakes bet by launching the company in a new direction.
"With any major changes like this, there are only two endings it's either an amazing success story or a tragic downfall," Moorhead said. "It only ends in one of two ways. In that sense, they have burned their bridges. This is a pretty big Jerry Sanders move here. They are taking the heat off their PC products and putting it on what they believe will be these next generation big markets.
AMD's largest investor, the sovereign wealth fund for the government of oil rich Abu Dhabi, gives the company a financial big brother to rely on if things get tight.
If the global economy picks up and the personal computer market strengthens, AMD could see its business improve, analysts say.
"That gives them a lot of financial backstop," Acree said, "while AMD is putting together its strategy of how they want to get from here to there."
Right now, the company is talking about dramatically increasing its sales of chips to makers of video game consoles. It also wants to become a leading maker of low power server chips by leveraging the technology it acquired in March from SeaMicro Inc. Analysts believe the company has a shot at winning business in new Windows compatible tablets.
Analyst Vijay Rakesh with Sterne Agee wrote recently that sales to game console makers could expand to 20 percent of AMD's revenue next year, up from the present level of about 5 percent. He also sees promise in AMD's tighter alliance with ARM Holdings Ltd. to create new kinds of low power "dense servers" with dozens or hundreds of processors packed tightly Hermes Belt Men Gold
AMD's future prospects have an influence on Austin's tech industry. Even after a recent downsizing cut about 400 local jobs, the company still employs 2,000 people here in one of its key engineering and administrative centers.
that AMD officials have discussed future financing options with a Wall Street investment bank. That raised questions about whether the company was about to put itself up for sale. The company said it "is not actively pursuing a sale of the company or significant assets at this time."
None of this means AMD is exiting the personal computer market. PC processors will remain its cash cow for some time to come. It's just that the PC no longer appears to be the company's primary focus for future growth.
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Even though the chipmaker burned through an estimated $240 million in cash in the latest quarter, AMD has the resources and the plan to cut costs while it attempts to reinvent itself, said analyst Cody Acree with Williams Financial Group.
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What "there" looks like remains uncertain.
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