From what I've read, they claim to be getting out the PC business altogether and focusing on cloud systems and 5G. I just don't see that making more money for them than the PC industry. All I see happening is AMD being happy to take over the PC industry while Intel just arrogantly tries to become something they're not. We bought my youngest son a Dell laptop with an AMD processor in it (~$500), and the wife just recently took it over when we bought him an Asus ROG gaming laptop. That AMD based laptop rocks, and the the graphics chip in it is vastly superior to the usual Intel graphics. My son was playing Minecraft on it at highest quality just fine. It'll suck to see the Atom go, but I'm sure AMD will gladly fill the void with something even more powerful for the same price/formfactor.