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 Apr 23, 2007 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* AMD recovery plan

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TG Daily have a list of ways AMD are trying to recover from the last quarter:

President Dirk Meyer explained that the company experienced a ?perfect storm? of challenges in Q1 that resulted in declining shipment numbers and a decrease in average selling prices. The company is still trying to recover from delivery issues in the channel, where many retailers switched to Intel, as AMD neglected smaller customers in Q4 and provided preferred treatment to new and larger customers such as Dell and Lenovo. Pricing pressure remained intense, as Intel ?did everything in its power to protect its monopoly,? Meyer said.
Expect more price cuts and some layoffs.
 

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