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Author Topic: As AMD increases server market share, Intel lets go of 129 Data Center employees, citing changed "priorities"  (Read 518 times)


JayN

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From your link, on market share ... looks like Intel is doing a decent job at keeping server market share...  could be because of the high percentage of semi-custom work... or perhaps their ability to bundle ssd, 

"The latest report on the server market by DRAMeXchange indicates that Intel's share is down to 98% by now."

william blake

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From your link, on market share ... looks like Intel is doing a decent job at keeping server market share...  could be because of the high percentage of semi-custom work... or perhaps their ability to bundle ssd, 
amd products are far superiour. so corruption and long planning horizon.

ariliquin

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Far more interesting metric would be AMD's share of successful tenders in this space. 5% of an existing market over 2 years could equate to a much higher % of all new business. What is the new business market share for AMD, I would be surprised if it was not >50%.

 

 
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