Monday, July 4, 2011

Intel takes market share

Intel not only continues to dominate the processor market, but has further expanded its hold in recent months. According to iSuppli analysis, market share of Intel rose 2 points in one year. The peak of this increase occurred in the first quarter 2011, despite the fact that Intel suffered the blow against the bug-6 series chipsets.

Intel's success has obviously done at the expense of its main competitor AMD. The greens had a market share of 11.8% in the first quarter of 2010 and it was only 10.9% in fourth quarter 2010 and 10.1% in the first quarter of 2011. But AMD is not alone to suffer. ISuppli's figures take into account because all other general-purpose microprocessors, not necessarily x86.

And from these competitors increasingly rare fell further by 0.3 percentage points in one year.

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