Advanced Micro Devices reported better-than-expected 4Q results. Adjusted earnings per share soared 63% during the quarter to $0.52 year-on-year. The bottom-line results of the semiconductor company also surpassed analysts’ expectations of $0.47. AMD's (AMD) 4Q sales jumped 53% to $3.24 billion and beat the Street's estimates of $3.02 billion. Revenues at its computing and graphics division grew 18% year-over-year mainly driven by strong sales of Ryzen processors. The enterprise, embedded and semi-custom segment recorded revenue growth of 176% primarily benefiting from strong sales of semi-custom and EPYC (extreme performance yield computing) processors. (See AMD stock analysis on TipRanks). AMD's 1Q and 2021 revenue outlook came in higher than analysts’ expectations.