AMD has reported first quarter revenue of $1,177-billion, representing flat growth over the fourth quarter of 2008 and a decrease of 21% over the comparable period last year.
"AMD's sequential microprocessor unit and revenue growth in difficult economic conditions demonstrate we can grow in an environment where customers are looking for maximum value," says Dirk Meyer, AMD president and CEO.
"We delivered on a number of important priorities in the first quarter. We launched GlobalFoundries, maintained our cadence of new product and platform introductions, and made solid progress on our restructuring activities. The result is a more nimble AMD, capable of achieving long-term success based on our strengths designing and integrating industry-leading computing and graphics technologies."
In the first quarter of 2009, AMD reported a net loss attributable to AMD common stockholders of $416-million or $0,66 per share, which includes a net unfavorable impact of $22-million, or $0,04 per share. AMD's operating loss was $308-million.
In the fourth quarter of 2008, AMD had revenue from continuing operations of $1,162-billion, a net loss of $1,437-billion and an operating loss of $1,274-billion. Revenue from continuing operations was $1,487-billion, a net loss of $351-million and an operating loss of $234-million.