AMD Stock Up on Analyst Day News

Taylor, Colleen
December 2006
Electronic News;12/25/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 52, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the market performance of stocks owned by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. The company announced new products and projected solid gross margins and microprocessor sales for 2007, spurring a boost in the company's stock price. The company has said that its own quad-core Opteron processor offering called Barcelona, for two-socket and four-socket platforms is on track for a second quarter 2007 roll out, and that successors to that processor are in the pipeline.


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