Increasing AMD’s sales share to more than 30% and continuing the decline in Intel’s sales

Increasing AMD's sales share to more than 30% and continuing the decline in Intel's sales

Thanks to its EPYC processors, AMD has been able to more than 30% of CPU market sales get the The latest statistics published by Mercury Research for the last 3 months of 2022 have been published, and in it, information has been seen regarding the developments of AMD and Intel in the central processor sector.

AMD processors now hold 31.3 percent of the market share, up nearly 3 percent from the same period in 2021, according to Mercury Research. In this regard, Intel’s share in the fourth quarter of 2022 is said to be nearly 68.7 percent, which is a decrease in sales compared to 71.5 percent in 2021.

With these statistics and sales of more than 30% of AMD, this company has taken over a quarter of the market. In its statistics, this research center also pointed out that Intel and AMD have experienced the biggest decline in sales in the last 30 years! This decrease in sales has affected the common consumer processor sector and both companies active in this sector have announced financial losses in their previous earnings reports.

AMD sales 30 percent

The annual decline in CPU sales is close to 34%, while the 3-month sales drop in this regard is stated to be 19%. In this regard, according to the report, CPU sales in 2022, excluding ARM-based processors, are said to be 374 million, bringing a total revenue of 65 billion. However, in this regard, it is stated that the sales revenue of the processor in 2022 was still higher than the previous years, with the exception of 2020 and 2021.

AMD EPYC and Instinct processors are expected to increase the company’s market share to more than 30% by the end of this year. Intel is still the overall leader in the server segment, but Intel needs to make some major changes to compete effectively with AMD processors in the coming years. Intel and AMD have been competing in the CPU segment for decades, and AMD products were mostly available as cheaper copies and replacements for Intel processors in the 20th century.

However, with the arrival of the new CEO of AMD in 2014 and with the company’s new innovation in chiplet design and Ryzen processors, this company was able to solve many of the performance problems of its processors to effectively compete with Intel CPUs. Since then, AMD has slowly continued to increase its share in the CPU market, and Intel has officially acknowledged AMD’s threat and taken it seriously for several years.

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