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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is a semiconductor company founded in 1969. Its microprocessors are used in computers and cloud-based graphics. Sony, one of AMD’s major clients, uses the company’s chips in its gaming console. AMD is fabless, meaning that while it designs and sells semiconductors, it outsources manufacturing. AMD has operations and R&D facilities around the world, international sales offices and joint ventures with assembly and test facilities in China and Malaysia.

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#95 /200
Total score
32.8 /100
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Santa Clara, CA, USA
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Ownership structure
Publicly listed
Fiscal year
Ends last Saturday in December
Group revenue
US$ 16,434 millions (FY2021)
Group employees
22,456 (FY2021)
Emission data
41,848 tCO2 (S1+S2 LB)
Electricity consumption
101,000 MWh (FY2021)
Company filing name
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

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