AMD is back in the black. Intel’s rival has reported a net income of $11 million – generated from sales of $1.26 billion – for its second quarter of 2005 (ending 26 June). This amounts to a profit of 3 cents a share.
The jewel in the quarter’s crown was the Opteron server processor, which lead the success of the Computation Products Group (CPG). This saw record sales of $767 million – an increase of 38 per cent on the same period in 2004 – a record operating income of $110 million.
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