With the acquisition of FPGA giant and networking equipment Xilinx, AMD has become a larger company in terms of market capitalization.
At the close of trading on Feb. 15, that figure stood at $199.58 billion, surpassing rival Intel for the first time in AMD’s history, which closed at $197.20 billion. Chiakohua, also known as an engineer, provided a calculation that leads to a market capitalization of $199.58 billion.
Before the close, AMD shares totaled 1.216 billion shares. 427 million shares were issued to Xilinx shareholders, bringing the number of shares after closing to 1.643 billion, for a share price of $121.47, a total of $199.58 billion. At $121.47, AMD is still trading about 26% below its all-time high price of $165.46.