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|8th October 2004, 11:39||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
AMD 90 nano shipments 50% by year end
FINANCIAL ANALYSTS queued up to listen to Robert Rivet and Hector Ruiz, beancounter and boss respectively, chat about their Q3 earnings the firm reported last night.
Ruiz said that AMD improved gross margin and grew its top line 30% over the same period a year ago. He said Credit Suisse, Merrill Launch, Microsoft, Qualcomm and many others have now dabbled their toes in the AMD64 business.
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