For the quarter, adjusted earnings per share came in at 18 cents, in line with Wall Street expectations. Revenue was $1.8 billion, just below analyst's estimates of $1.809 billion. Computing and Graphics revenue, the company's largest segment, was $1.28 billion, beating estimates of $1.127 billion and rising 36%. Enterprise Embedded and Semi-Custom revenue was $525 million, down 27% and missing estimates of $695 million.
"High expectations appear to be sparking some profit-taking," said Eric Jhonsa, ThesStreet's tech columnist. "Soft console processor demand is clearly a headwind for AMD in the near-term, ahead of next year's console launches. But its PC and server CPU businesses are both doing quite well."
For the quarter, gross margin was 43%, better than the 40% in the year-ago quarter and in line with Wall Street's estimate, reported TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine.
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