Thursday, July 18th 2013

AMD Reports 2013 Second Quarter Results

AMD today announced revenue for the second quarter of 2013 of $1.16 billion, an operating loss of $29 million and a net loss of $74 million, or $0.10 per share. The company reported a non-GAAP operating loss of $20 million and a non-GAAP net loss of $65 million, or $0.09 per share.

"Our focus on restructuring and transforming AMD resulted in improved financial results," said Rory Read, AMD president and CEO. "Our performance in the second quarter was driven by opportunities in our new high-growth and traditional PC businesses. Looking ahead, we will continue to deliver a strong value proposition to our established customers and also reach new customers as we diversify our business. We expect significant revenue growth and a return to profitability in the third quarter."

Q2 2013 Reportable Segment Name Change
AMD's Graphics reportable segment has been renamed Graphics and Visual Solutions. The new reportable segment nomenclature provides greater clarity on the product lines that comprise the segment and reflects the growing importance of gaming and semi-custom offerings to AMD. There is no change to the composition of this reportable segment from what was previously reported.

AMD's two reportable segments continue to be comprised of the following:
  • The Computing Solutions segment, which includes microprocessors (MPUs), accelerated processing units (APUs), chipsets, embedded processors and servers; and
  • The Graphics and Visual Solutions segment, comprised of graphic processing units (GPUs), including professional graphics, as well as revenue from semi-custom products and development and game console royalties.
Quarterly Financial Summary
  • Gross margin was 40 percent in Q2 2013.
  • Gross margin decreased sequentially. Q2 2013 gross margin included an $11 million benefit from sales of inventory that had been previously reserved in Q3 2012 and this positively impacted gross margin by 1 percentage point as compared to a similar $20 million benefit in Q1 2013 which positively impacted gross margin by 2 percentage points.
  • Cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities balance, including long-term marketable securities, was $1.1 billion at the end of the quarter.
  • Computing Solutions segment revenue increased 12 percent sequentially and decreased 20 percent year-over-year. The sequential increase was due to significantly higher notebook unit shipments and higher server and desktop unit shipments. The year-over-year decline was driven by lower unit shipments and microprocessor Average Selling Price (ASP).
  • Operating income was $2 million, compared with an operating loss of $39 million in Q1 2013 and operating income of $82 million in Q2 2012. Q2 2013 operating income included an $11 million benefit from sales of inventory that had been previously reserved and Q1 2013 operating income included a similar $20 million benefit.
    Microprocessor ASP decreased sequentially and year-over-year.
  • Graphics and Visual Solutions segment revenue decreased 5 percent sequentially and decreased 13 percent year-over-year. GPU revenue was flat sequentially and declined year-over-year.
  • Operating income was breakeven compared with $16 million in Q1 2013 and $31 million in Q2 2012.
    GPU ASP decreased sequentially and increased year-over-year.
Recent Highlights
  • AMD introduced several new client processors in the quarter:
  • The new AMD Elite Performance, AMD Mainstream and AMD Elite Mobility A-Series APUs offer dramatically increased performance and power efficiency compared to prior AMD APUs. Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Samsung have begun to roll out products based on these latest A-Series APUs.
    The AMD Elite Mobility A-Series APU for tablets, hybrids and small form factor notebooks won the 2013 "Best Choice of Computex Taipei" award.
    AMD launched its 2013 Elite A-Series APU for the desktop channel, delivering leading performance, discrete-level graphics and an easy upgrade infrastructure.
    AMD unveiled the AMD FX-9590 desktop processor, the world's first commercially available 5 GHz x86 processor capable of delivering new levels of gaming and multimedia performance.
  • Microsoft announced the Xbox One, its next-generation gaming console featuring a semi-custom, System-on-Chip (SoC) AMD APU. AMD technology is inside all three of the next generation gaming consoles: Nintendo Wii U, Sony PS4, and Xbox One.
  • AMD launched the AMD Opteron X-Series processors, the industry's most efficient x86 server processors.
  • AMD provided additional details on its 2014 products for the fast-growing data center and cloud computing markets; including introducing best-in-class APUs, two- and four-socket x86 CPUs, and its first 64-bit ARM server processor.
  • AMD announced the new AMD Embedded G-Series SoC. The single-chip APU solution delivers more than double the CPU performance while running multiple industry-standard compute-intensive benchmarks compared to the Intel Atom.
  • For enthusiasts who want to take their PC gaming to the next level, AMD introduced the fastest desktop and notebook graphics solutions in the world.
  • Apple announced its newest Mac Pro will feature dual AMD FirePro graphics cards. The unique solution offers improved visual and general computing performance of the high-end system, providing the power needed by the most demanding digital content creators.
Current Outlook
For the third quarter of 2013, AMD expects revenue to increase 22 percent, plus or minus 3 percent, sequentially.
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11 Comments on AMD Reports 2013 Second Quarter Results

#1
Hilux SSRG
Time to buy AMD stock yet? Seems they have their hands in several pots - ARM, MS, Sony and Nintendo.
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#2
Xzibit
It seams they've turned the corner where they were hurting the most in the CPU division.

-38% in and they were able to regain traction +12%

If the outlook pans out (between +19 to +25%) next quarter they will be out of the red.

A plus is they haven't been loosing as much as there competitor has in the GPU division the past couple of quarters so that helps.

There SoCs hybrids in servers will be the thing to watch and how well their APUs get adapted into the market in devices.

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#3
Cyclops
They're still sinking eh? Let's hope their investment in the console market pays off in the long run.
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Hilux SSRG
Time to buy AMD stock yet? Seems they have their hands in several pots - ARM, MS, Sony and Nintendo.
Oh I already did I am up quite a bit :laugh:
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#5
erocker
by: Hilux SSRG
Time to buy AMD stock yet? Seems they have their hands in several pots - ARM, MS, Sony and Nintendo.
You're about three months too late... Unless you feel that their stock can go higher, it's still cheap. :)
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: erocker
You're about three months too late... Unless you feel that their stock can go higher, it's still cheap. :)
$2.28-3.96 buy in for me :laugh:
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#7
Jorge
Thankfully for all consumers AMD is moving forward. They have done a good job of reorganizing the company and securing product contracts for numerous products across many markets and industries which reduces their vulnerability to the current economic recession. It's all good for consumers as AMD is the one bringing better products to market with their superior APUs that will soon cover all market segments from laptops to desktop entry, mid-level, high end and the same in servers along with some portable devices. APUs are the PC future and AMD is leading the way, which means great products at excellent prices.
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#8
TheinsanegamerN
really? oems are rolling out products with the elite apus? where? ive yet to see one except for the msi gx60/70. where are the 13 and 14 inch a10 laptops? where are the a10 laptops, period?
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#9
Deadlyraver
Less stock talking, more driver coding.
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#10
urza26
by: TheinsanegamerN
really? oems are rolling out products with the elite apus? where? ive yet to see one except for the msi gx60/70. where are the 13 and 14 inch a10 laptops? where are the a10 laptops, period?
I was wondering this as well. Other than those fugly MSI gaming laptops I can't find any A10 based laptop. I was rather interested in an A10-5750M based laptop but I simly can't find any... Are OEM's simply not adopting the mobile Richland chips? If so for what reasons?
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#11
HammerON
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by: Hilux SSRG
Time to buy AMD stock yet? Seems they have their hands in several pots - ARM, MS, Sony and Nintendo.
Looking at charts:
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I am not a financial advisor so invest in AMD if you want to. However also look at their EPS (-1.14) and their Beta (2.54). I like what I am seeing from AMD however I am not sure how high their stock price will rise.
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