Advanced Micro Devices is a semiconductor firm that develops computer processors and related technologies.
AMD is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. Lisa Su is the President & CEO of AMD. AMD’s IPO generated $7.9M. AMD has acquired 4 companies, with the most recent being Nitero,Inc. for an undisclosed amount on Apr 2017. As of August 2019, AMD has 2.8M fans on Facebook and 551.7K followers on Twitter.
AMD’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Amd top competitors include: Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Arm, NXP and Analog Devices.
Together they raised over 3.7B between their estimated 213.4K employees. AMD has 10,100 employees and ranks 6th among its top 10 competitors. Among the top 10 competitors, there are 32,625 employees on average.
- Website: amd.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
- Founded: 1969
- Est. Annual Revenue: $7.6B
- Est. Employees: 10,100
- Headquarters: 2485 Augustine Drive Santa Clara, California 95054
Intel is AMD’s #1 competitor. Intel is a public company, which was founded in 1968 in Santa Clara, California. Intel works in the field of computing, peripherals, network and electronic equipment. Compared to AMD, Intel employs 100,700 more people.
NVIDIA is considered one of the largest competitors of AMD. NVIDIA was founded in Santa Clara, California in 1993. NVIDIA works in the field of semiconductors and semiconductor equipment. Compared to AMD, NVIDIA brings in 4.9 billion dollars more profits.
Qualcomm is one of the main competitors of AMD. Qualcomm is headquartered in San Diego, California, and was founded in 1985. Qualcomm competes in the telecommunications equipment industry. The revenue from Qualcomm is 261% of AMD.