In 2020, China Generated More Revenue for AMD than the US

China became AMD’s largest customer base for the first time in 2020, accounting for 23.9% of its overall revenue, just edging past the US which brought in 23.5% of the company’s revenue.

AMD’s China revenue ($2.33 billion) was just some $30 million more than the US revenue ($2.29 billion), with AMD showing roughly the same amount of growth in both countries over the last year. Taiwan came in third, generating a revenue of just over a billion, followed closely by Europe and Japan.

Compared to 2019, AMD’s China revenue in 2020 grew by 34% while the US lagged slightly behind at 30%. Other than these two countries, no other region accounted for more than 10% of AMD’s total revenue in 2020.

Areej Syed

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