AMD shrugs off COVID chip shortage fears by focusing on premium PCs

AMD is concentrating on the high-end PC market, Su said, and has worked hard to manage its supply chain.

AMD shrugged off the concerns about supply-chain issues and COVID-related Chinese manufacturing shutdowns, reporting record revenue of US$5.887 billion (up 71 percent) for the first quarter of 2022. And while AMD's rivals expressed uncertainty regarding ongoing chip shortages as a result of COVID-related manufacturing shutdowns in China, AMD appears less worried. The topic wasn't even mentioned in the company's press release.

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