Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) is on the verge to launch its disaggregated server designs for large scale data centers. On the other side the SeaMicro chassis from AMD is designed to deliver disaggregation support for small server deployments, down to 10 rack unit (10U) increments.
The new server design lets the users to update or replace each component on required times. It does so because the company has come up with new SeaMicro Freedom Fabric design. The new design separates storage, data center, and processors network access from each other within their 10 U chassis.
For the custom work the user can fit in the required processor cards and then match it with the exact amount of network bandwidth and storage capacities. The new AMD hardware can also scale from a single 10 U chassis to racks, then to rows of racks, and into hyperscale as well.
Coming to the stock performance; Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) in last trading session end up at $2.61 by surging 3.16% with the average volume of 15.28 million shares. In after hours trading AMD shares fell -0.77%.
AMD stock price saw week’s volatility of 5.38% and month’s volatility is 4.45%, while the stock price of the company is moving up from its 20 days moving average with 5.56% and isolated positively from 50 days moving average with 2.42%.
Looking at Analytic Ratios; the price to sales ratio of AMD in past twelve months was calculated as 0.38 and price to cash ratio as 1.86. Company return on equity ratio is recorded as -100.75% and its return on assets is -16.82%, and return on investment is -28.88%.