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AMD's share of the mobile processor market reached a record 27% in the second quarter

AMD's share of the mobile processor market reached a record 27% in the second quarter

AMD has been increasing its share in the consumer processor segment for several consecutive quarters, but the past three-month period was characterized by a downward trend in PC demand.
Even in such circumstances, AMD continued to squeeze the position of Intel, and therefore the results of the second quarter increased its share to a record 27%.Image source: AMDSimilar data has provided the resource Tom's Hardware itself company, but the original post is mainly devoted to the study of statistics Mercury Research, which traditionally operates the number of processors sold, but not the revenue from their sales.
In monetary terms, AMD increased its market share for the year from 18.1% to 18.8% in the desktop segment, from 14.9% to 27% in the mobile segment, from 11.6% to 22.9% in the server segment.
Overall, in the x86-compatible processor market, which takes into account the Internet of Things and custom components like processors for gaming consoles, AMD's share of revenue figures increased in the second quarter from 16.9 to 28.1 percent, which is also a record.If we return to quantitative criteria, in the desktop segment AMD share, according to Mercury Research statistics, increased by 3.5 percentage points compared to the same quarter last year to 20.6 percent.
In quantitative terms, AMD's share in the mobile segment did not reach the self-described 27%, but was close to that level.
Compared to the second quarter of last year, in the mobile segment its share of the CPU market has increased by 4.8 percentage points to 24.8 percent, and this is also a record for the company.In quantitative terms, AMD share in the server segment is much more modest than in monetary terms, although here too it has increased over the past 12 months from 9.5 to 13.9 percent.
The difference with IDC figures in money terms (22.9%), which AMD itself relies on, may be explained by the calculation methodology - the latter takes into account server systems with one or two processor slots, while Mercury Research covers the whole market of server systems based on x86-compatible processors.
Either way, AMD's share of the server market is up for the 13th consecutive quarter.There's no exact data yet on AMD's share of the entire x86-compatible processor market for the second quarter according to Mercury Research, but that share was as high as 27.7 percent in the first quarter.
The share of Arm licensees products in the market of central processors in the first quarter of this year reached 11.3%, and there is no data for the second quarter yet.
This is great progress, considering that two years ago this share did not exceed 2%.

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