Intel and AMD will report on their results till the end of this month, so many industry analysts are already making their predictions. AMD's consumer processor business is described as being more resilient than Intel's. The first of the companies was forced to sell the most recent processors at a discount, and the second is a blundering its policy.
AMD's market value has been lowered by 2.2 percent following the publication of a previous incorrect estimate that the company's profit margin would be lower than Intel's.
Many experts agree that little can stymie AMD's server processor performance, so that revenue growth in the server segment will partly be offset by AMD's ability to "make a soft landing" due to success in the server direction. Both companies were classified by the authors as issuers who would be more resistant to consumer difficulties in such a situation.
Bernstein laments Intel's "self-destructive behavior," which continues to lower prices for its goods and excessive product deliveries to the market. According to experts, Intel management should just allow the situation to go as it pleases.
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