2015 year was challenging year for AMD who are graphic processor manufacturers. Revenue bases of companies declined by 28 percent. Net losses expanded to 660 million dollars. This is 403 million dollars when compared with ones being in 2014. There were weak macro-economic situations with declines in PC sales. AMD had been hit by too much loss in market shares to Nvidia in (GPUs) Graphic Processing Units and Intel in (APUs) Accelerated Processing Units.
Financial loss and tough PC markets are not in vogue. Multi-year efforts by AMD were continued to transitioning its model of businesses. This diversified its revenuing bases thereby establishing foundations for financial improved performances. Companies are confident as to that investment in technology realm in longer terms and focus sharpened creates stronger foundations for growths in future. There are expectations that revenues shall have growth in 2016 fiscal year.
There is a belief that shares regaining in client’s computing markets being driven with expansions in segments commercially and competitive roadmaps of products are important drivers of growth for 2016 fiscal year. Early in week, AMD made announcement that there are momentum increasing for 6th Generation AMD Pro A-series processor for mobile. There are basis on introductions of 2 new winning designs of HP notebooks, newer enterprise deployment in large scales and expansions of HP adoptions of technologies of AMD FreeSync in displays.