AMD's market cap is only 3% of INTEL
At today's price, AMD's market cap is $4.3 billion. Intel's market cap stands at $130 billion. AMD's market cap is only 4.3/130 = 3.3% of Intel's.
With AMD's innovation and lead in computing technologies, it should worth at least 10 times more.
Intel is becoming increasingly irrelevant in the visual age. It focuses its energy on single threaded linear programming performance. But the world has shifted from such singular view and has broadened its horizons. AMD, with its eight-core CPUs and Fusion APUs, provides 10x the compute power of Intel's offerings(*), at a lower cost.
PS: A reader points to Intel's recent advancement in mobile with its Atom core. We should all commend Intel on achieving that kind of performance/power. But, AMD's Fusion core will likely beat Intel in that area soon.
PPS: No Intelers seem able to argue against this hard ratio: AMD APU = 10x Intel compute power.
* For instance, the LLano APU contains 400+ stream processors in addition to four stars cores.