This Data Science-powered report presents a forward-looking analysis of the latest financial results of three semiconductor companies and explains the drivers behind sales and profits at global, segment and product levels. Each important element is visualized and helps in forming a comprehensible understanding of ongoing company processes. The report also contains high-quality printable dashboards which enables grasping the “whats” and “whys” within a minute. It can be used to support important decisions, to win an executive argument, in a presentation or in strategic analysis.
Additionally, the report includes next-quarter forecasts derived from current company drivers and economic environment and contains expectations for the upcoming six to twelve-month period (when applicable). This knowledge helps not only to be perfectly informed but also continuously expands the circle of competence on companies, products, industries and geographies.
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2. Intel: Introduction
3. Intel Q2 2020 Earnings Retrospection
4. Intel Q3 2020 Earnings Analysis
4.2. Operating Income
4.3. Net Income and EPS
4.4. Operating and Net Margins
4.5. Cash Flows
4.6.1. Data Center Group
4.6.2. Internet of Things
4.6.3. Non-Volatile Memory Solutions
4.6.4. Programmable Solutions Group
4.6.5. Client Computing Group
5. Intel Forecast
6. NVIDIA: Introduction
7. NVIDIA Q2 Fiscal 2021 Earnings Retrospection
8. NVIDIA Q3 Fiscal 2021 Earnings Analysis
8.2. Operating Income
8.3. Net Income and EPS
8.4. Gross and Operating Margins
8.5. Cash Flows
8.7.2. Professional Visualization
8.7.3. Data Center
8.8. Geographic Regions
9. NVIDIA Forecast
10. AMD Introduction
11. AMD Q2 2020 Earnings Retrospection
12. AMD Q3 2020 Earnings Analysis
12.2. Operating Income
12.3. Net Income and EPS
12.4. Gross and Operating Margins
12.5. Cash Flows
12.6. Computing and Graphics Segment
12.7. Enterprise and Embedded Segment
13. AMD Forecast
14. Appendix 1: Intel Q3 2020 Dashboard
15. Appendix 2: NVIDIA Q3 Fiscal 2021 Dashboard
16. Appendix 3: AMD Q3 2020 Dashboard
The Data Science analysis presented in the report brings comprehensive insights on the processes impacting sales and profitability at three leading semiconductor companies: Intel, NVIDIA and AMD. Strongly forward-looking, the uncovered growth drivers offer a window towards the next-quarter performance of each of the companies. The publisher also assesses their impact in the midterm-future, whenever relevant. Furthermore, the publisher provides estimates for next quarter EPS, revenues and product categories, based on the probabilistic technology they are developing.