It is no longer news to anyone that AMD is managing to do an excellent job in the CPU world, by stealing Intel's market share every quarter. In fact, CEO Lisa Su has just revealed that this ‘theft’ has been going on for 10 consecutive quarters, that is… 30 months!
AMD vs Intel: The escalation continues! 50% of premium sales are from AMD
Therefore, according to data shared by AMD itself in the latest account report, more than 50% of 'Premium' processor sales go to AMD, data from the world's largest retailers.
What is clear, as I said above, is not much news, since since the launch of the Ryzen 3000 last summer, the market has gone from keeping an eye on AMD, to simply jumping into the 'hype' boat. Proof of this are studies that prove a 60% preference in the European market, as well as Amazon's top 10 processors consisting of 8 AMD products.
Meanwhile, record revenue of $ 1.79 billion was also announced in the first quarter of the year! An increase of 40% over last year. Still, it is also down 16% from the last quarter of 2019. (Most likely due to COVID, but also due to the fact that the last quarter of the year is a season full of sales due to black friday and Christmas.)
AMD's bet is now on the mobile market! where Intel has reigned with an authentic iron fist! In addition, it appears that there will be no postponements in the launch of the new Zen 3 and RDNA2 architectures.
Recently we had the launch of Ryzen 4000 Mobile, products that managed to steal the throne of Intel in performance and energy efficiency in the lucrative mobile world. A big win for AMD. However, this winning streak must continue if the goal is to really offer competition to the Intel Giant! Therefore, CEO Lisa Su says that the new Ryzen 4000 processors and new Radeon graphics cards are not expected to be delayed due to the global epidemic.
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