Intel and AMD will publish their quarterly reports until the end of this month, so many industry analysts are already preparing their predictions for them. According to Bernstein officials, the first of the companies was forced to sell the latest processors at a discount, and the second was harmed by its policies.
AMD's market value has been reduced by 2.2 percent by Bernstein experts, citing the persistent negative trends in the PC market as well as the previously erroneous assertion that in such circumstances AMD's business would suffer less than Intel's.
AMD's server processors will only affect its success in the consumer sector, as a result of its ability to "make a soft landing." NVIDIA and Qualcomm were identified as issuers that would be more susceptible to consumer issues in a similar situation.
Bernstein laments Intel's "self-destructive behavior," which continues to reduce costs for its products and maximize product deliveries to the market. According to experts, Intel management may simply allow the situation to proceed in an interest-free manner.
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