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Author Topic: New reports show increased AMD market shares in Europe, Intel puts on a brave face and shows record earnings in Q3 2019  (Read 1001 times)

Redaktion

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Intel might think it can get away with an optimistic Q3 2019 earnings report, but AMD's rising market shares paint a different picture. Intel's ongoing CPU shortages and the difficulties encountered with the 10 nm jump are allowing AMD to relentlessly accrue market shares in the desktop, laptop and server markets.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/New-reports-show-increased-AMD-market-shares-in-Europe-Intel-puts-on-a-brave-face-and-shows-record-earnings-in-Q3-2019.440316.0.html

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lol, 5%-8% is 60% growth, 11%-18% is also around 60%.

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355,000 to 629,000 =
(629-355)/355) =
 77% growth != 60% growth

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Did anyone verify whether Intel allowed AMD to gain ground on purpose to dodge antitrust measures?

S.Yu

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355,000 to 629,000 =
(629-355)/355) =
 77% growth != 60% growth
Shipment growth != market share growth

 

 
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