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Research Budget for AMD Hits 10 Year Low

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New research that focuses around the research budget of AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA, shows that the research budget for AMD is currently the lowest it has been in the last 10 years. The data shows that Intel’s quarterly budget of 3 billion dollars is 12 times as high as AMD’s budget, which currently sits at 238 million dollars. While the research and development budget for Intel includes costs of maintaining its own fabrication facility, something that AMD does not have to worry about, the data shows just how much of a difference each company’s budget is. Even when compared with NVIDIA, AMD has a budget that is 110 million dollars less.

With AMD facing fierce competition in the CPU market from Intel, as well as brutal competition in the GPU market from NVIDIA, it will be interesting to see how the research and development budget going forward changes for the California-based company.

Source: WCCFtech



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WarWeeny on March 27, 2015 13:00
no wonder AMD has been stuck with the same processor for almost 8 years now (phenom II = as fast as the latest bulldozer CPU clock for clock)
Bosco on March 27, 2015 19:40

I heard things were bad, didn't think it was this bad sheesh.


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