In the third quarter of 2023, AMD has made significant strides in capturing market share across various CPU segments, as per the latest statistics from Mercury Research. The company’s success is attributed to the popularity of recent launches, including the EPYC 9004/8004 series for servers and the Ryzen 7000 mobile lineup for laptops.
- Q2 2023: 19.2%
- Q3 2023: 19.4%
- Q2 2023: 19.5%
- Q3 2023: 16.5%
- Q2 2023: 23.3%
- Q3 2023: 18.6%
- Q2 2023: 19.4%
- Q3 2023: 17.3%
EPYC Servers: AMD’s EPYC CPUs for servers witnessed a notable 5.8-point share increase compared to the previous year, inching closer to the goal of achieving a 40% server market share by the end of 2024. The 4th Gen EPYC lineup has gained strong traction among HPC and Data Center customers.
Ryzen Mobile: The mobile segment saw a substantial 3.8-point share increase over the previous year, driven by the success of the latest Ryzen 7000 and increased Ryzen 6000 volume. Supply constraints for Ryzen 7000 CPUs remain a challenge for AMD, limiting their potential for an even larger market share.
Desktop CPUs: While the desktop market experienced a modest 0.5-point share increase over the previous year, AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs have surpassed Intel in several markets. Price reductions and falling prices of supporting components are expected to attract more customers in the coming months.
AMD is poised to unveil its next-gen Zen 5 architecture-based portfolio at CES 2024, promising further disruption in the market. The continuation of socket compatibility for upcoming processors in the AM5 segment reinforces AMD’s commitment to user convenience.
News Source: Tomshardware