AMD is expelling Intel in the server CPU market

In 2017,

AMD , which overtook Intel in CPU sales for general PCs , has steadily increased its market share in CPUs for servers, and has been pointed out that it is following Intel.

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`` According to the latest report from market research company CONTEXT, the number of server CPUs sold in the Western European market was 75,766 units in the fourth quarter of 2019, 15% less than 89,191 units. ' As a result, Intel's share in this area has decreased from 98.4% to 79.8%.

On the other hand, AMD has significantly increased sales in contrast to Intel. AMD's server CPU sales in the fourth quarter of 2019 jumped to 19,123 units from 1,405 units in the same period of the previous year, and the share increased from 1.6% to 20.2%. Gurvan Meyer, a CONTEXT analyst, said, `` AMD data is larger figures due to large transactions in 2019, but there is no doubt that AMD's share has increased during 2019. '' Commenting.

According to Meyer, AMD increased its market share in two broad categories. One is ' Intel's processor supply shortage ' and the other is 'The emergence of high-performance AMD' Rome ''.

AMD released as a CPU for servers in 2019 ` ` EPYC Rome '' boasts performance that is acclaimed as `` historical '' by experts, and major IT companies such as Google and Cloudflare are successively CPUs of their own infrastructure To 'EPYC Rome'.

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`` The growing demand for EPYC Rome and the growth in application service providers led to double-digit growth in global server market revenues in the previous quarter, '' said Lisa Su, AMD's CEO and CEO. Was. The popularity of AMD's new processor is called ' EPYC effect ' by some stakeholders.

Intel, on the other hand, struggled to respond to the tremendous demand of companies called `` hyperscalers '' with large data centers, brand server manufacturers, and the OEM market, and had difficulty moving to a 10 nm process production system As a result, the field of CPUs for servers has been struggling.

The Register also pointed out that OEMs and major server brand manufacturers have complained that Intel is steering ahead with the supply of the highly profitable Xeon series.

According to Tom's Hardware , a news site specializing in hardware-related information, `` Not only is AMD server market revenue growing double-digit, but Intel's data center revenue is also growing double-digit. Considering that, market expansion may have benefited both parties, 'he said, adding that the fight for share between the two companies will continue in the face of strong demand.

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