amd-revenue

AMD Revenue

  • In 2018, AMD reported revenue of $6.47 billion.
  • The company’s revenue saw a slight increase in 2019, reaching $6.73 billion. This represents modest year-over-year growth.
  • AMD’s revenue experienced more substantial growth in 2020, with a total of $9.76 billion reported for the year. This marks a significant increase compared to the previous two years.
  • The upward trend continued in 2021, as AMD achieved its highest revenue during this period, totaling $16.43 billion. This represents a remarkable increase from 2020 and demonstrates strong financial performance.
  • In 2022, AMD continued its growth trajectory, reporting revenue of $23.6 billion. This marks another year of substantial growth and the highest revenue figure in the five-year period.
  • Data Center Segment: The Data Center segment generated revenue of $6.04 billion in 2022. This indicates that the Data Center business was a significant contributor to AMD’s overall revenue for the year.
  • Client Segment: The Client segment contributed $6.2 billion to AMD’s revenue in 2022. This segment, which includes products for client computing devices, was another major source of revenue for the company.
  • Gaming Segment: The Gaming segment, which includes products for gaming consoles and graphics cards, generated $6.8 billion in revenue in 2022. This segment was the largest contributor to AMD’s revenue for the year, highlighting the importance of the gaming market to AMD’s business.
  • Embedded Segment: The Embedded segment, which includes products for embedded systems and applications, contributed $4.55 billion to AMD’s overall revenue in 2022. This segment represents a substantial portion of the company’s business.
  • Data Center Segment: The Data Center segment experienced substantial growth over the three-year period. Revenue increased from $1.68 billion in 2020 to $3.69 billion in 2021, and further to $6.04 billion in 2022. This demonstrates strong growth in AMD’s Data Center business.
  • Client Segment: The Client segment, which includes products for client computing devices, saw growth from $5.19 billion in 2020 to $6.88 billion in 2021. However, there was a slight decline in revenue to $6.2 billion in 2022.
  • Gaming Segment: The Gaming segment, which includes products for gaming consoles and graphics cards, demonstrated consistent growth over the three-year period. Revenue increased from $2.74 billion in 2020 to $5.6 billion in 2021, and further to $6.8 billion in 2022. This highlights the growing importance of the gaming market to AMD’s business.
  • Embedded Segment: The Embedded segment, which includes products for embedded systems and applications, experienced remarkable growth. Revenue increased from $143 million in 2020 to $246 million in 2021, and then saw a significant jump to $4.55 billion in 2022.
amd-revenue-by-geography
  • United States: The United States was the largest contributor to AMD’s revenue in 2022, generating $8.05 billion. This indicates the significance of the U.S. market to AMD’s overall business.
  • China (including Hong Kong): China, including Hong Kong, contributed $5.2 billion to AMD’s revenue in 2022. This region represents a substantial portion of the company’s business.
  • Japan: Japan generated $4.17 billion in revenue for AMD in 2022, making it another major market for the company. Europe: Europe contributed $1.77 billion to AMD’s overall revenue in 2022, indicating its importance as a regional market.
  • Taiwan: Taiwan generated $2.37 billion in revenue for AMD in 2022, highlighting the significance of this market to the company’s business.
  • Singapore: Singapore contributed $1.38 billion to AMD’s revenue in 2022, representing a notable portion of the company’s overall revenue.
  • Other Countries: Other countries collectively generated $646 million in revenue for AMD in 2022, indicating the contribution of various smaller markets to the company’s business.

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