Update: Dean McCarron at Mercury Research shared updated numbers for AMD’s total market share of the x86 market, which we’ve added to the relevant section. McCarron also provided some commentary on the report, which we also added to the total market share section. Original Article: Mercury Research, a CPU market analyst firm, released its market share report today, which highlights AMD’s recent gains against Intel. The last quarterly share report did not include sales from AMD’s Ryzen 3000 processors , but this report reflects 7nm processor sales as the company continues to claw back market share from Intel. The report highlights that AMD grew in all segments, including desktop PCs, mobile, server, and the overall x86 market, fueled by the rise of AMD’s Ryzen 3000 processors that offer a more advanced manufacturing process than Intel’s 14nm chips. That affords density, power, performance, and pricing advantages. AMD’s is primarily using competitive pricing as the crowbar to pry its way back into the market, particularly as its stoic rival has remained firm with its own pricing. But Intel’s inaction on the pricing front came to an end last month. Intel responded to AMD’s Ryzen 3000 lineup by slashing gen-on-gen pricing for its… Read full this story
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