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Global processor sales will grow by 12 percent in 2022 despite economic woes

Global processor sales will grow by 12 percent in 2022 despite economic woes

Analyst firm IC Insights has unveiled a fresh forecast for the global microprocessor market.
It expects global sales of such chips to grow by double-digit percentages in 2022, despite global economic challenges.Image sources: Alexandre Debiève/unsplash.comAll microprocessor sales in 2022 will grow 12 percent over last year to a record $114.8 billion, largely due to rising average semiconductor prices.
In 2021, processor sales soared by 13%, and in 2020, due to a surge in demand for portable electronics due to the COVID-19 pandemic - and at all by 16%.2022 will be delivered a record number of microprocessors in history - about 2.5 million units, or 3% more in unit terms compared to the previous year.
Sales in units are up 6% in 2021, and up 5% in 2020 before that.
According to IC Insights, the growth of revenues due to the jump in average prices for products of this type by 8%.The composition of the top five processor manufacturers in 2021 has not changed compared to 2020, the total revenue grew by 15% to $88.3 billion.The largest producer in 2021 was Intel with a market share of 50.9%, followed by Apple with 13% and Qualcomm with 9.1%.
AMD and MediaTek rounded out the top five.
At the same time, the gap in profitability between the leading player of the top five and other companies continues to shrink.
If Intel's revenue in 2021 increased by 3% to $52.3 billion, the revenue of AMD, which produces processors on x86-architecture, increased immediately by 56% to $9.2 billion.In general, five leaders in 2021 owned 86% of the market share.
From fifth to tenth place are located NVIDIA, Samsung, Unisoc, HiSilicon and NXP, which together accounted for 4.3% against 5% in 2020.

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