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AMD managed to increase its market share of x86-compatible processors by 7 percentage points over the year

AMD managed to increase its market share of x86-compatible processors by 7 percentage points over the year

Tom's Hardware Guide did a tremendous job this week analyzing the Mercury Research report on the state of the CPU market in the first quarter of this year.
If we consider all x86-compatible processors, the share of AMD products in that market reached a record 27.7% in the first quarter.
The previous quarter was the first time in 15 years that this indicator exceeded the 25.3% mark, and this year the company managed not to decrease the turnover.advertisementSource image: WCCFTechWe should not, however, speak exclusively about the positive dynamics of AMD share in all market segments.
In the desktop segment, for example, it lost one percentage point over the year to a competitor, reducing its share to 18.3%.
In the mobile segment, progress was evident, as AMD strengthened its position from 18 to 22.5%.
Finally, in the traditionally inert server market the company managed to move from 8.9% to 11.6%.
The first quarter saw a decline in the supply of low-cost mobile processors, which brought the average selling price of a client processor in the market as a whole to $138, up 10% over the previous quarter, and year-on-year growth of over 30%.
In this context, processors from all manufacturers are taken into account, including desktop models, but excluding server models.
The number of desktops shipped in the quarter decreased immediately by 30%, so AMD could not demonstrate positive dynamics of its share in this segment.
But in the mobile segment AMD suffered less than Intel, which even allowed it to increase its share by 4.4 percentage points.Separately, the share of processors with Arm architecture.
According to Mercury Research, it reached 11.6% in the first quarter, not least due to the expansion of Apple branded processors.
By the way, in the server segment AMD also managed to increase its share in the first quarter against the background of falling sales volumes in the market as a whole.

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