AMD's server CPU market share growth shows growth since 2006
From the financial results report of the first quarter (January to March) of 2021 announced by AMD, sales of CPU for servers 'EPYC ' showed strong sales, and AMD's market share growth rate of CPU for servers was micro in 2006 It turns out to be the best since it gained the largest market share ever with the processor Opteron.
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From the financial results report released by AMD in April 2021, due to the strong performance of consumer CPU 'Ryzen ', graphic board ' Radeon ', and server CPU 'EPYC', profits have doubled and tripled year-on-year. It is known that it recorded the operating profit of.
AMD's revenue doubled year-on-year, due to strong performance of Ryzen, Radeon and EPYC --GIGAZINE
According to a survey by research firm Mercury Research , AMD's share of the server CPU market in the first quarter of 2021 increased by 1.8 points from the fourth quarter of 2020 to 8.9%, and the growth rate in a single quarter was 2006. It is the second highest after the second quarter of the year. AMD increased its share of the server CPU market from about 5-7% to about 22% in just 18 months in 2006, but its share declined over the next 10 years. For a long time, AMD remained heavily dominated by Intel in the server CPU market.
The rise of EPYC, a CPU for servers, seems to be a factor in AMD's increase in market share. EPYC's second generation 'EPYC 7002' series announced in 2019 is a performance that is acclaimed as 'historic' by experts, and major IT companies such as Google and Cloudflare are using the EPYC 7002 series for CPU of their infrastructure one after another. Was adopted.
Cloudflare follows the wave of AMD's second generation 'EPYC' adoption, next generation server eliminates Intel CPU --GIGAZINE
In addition, AMD announced the EPYC 7003 series, the third generation of EPYC, on March 16, 2021. Milan has a 64-core, 128-thread configuration, adopts the Zen 3 architecture installed in the 'Ryzen 5000 ' series, and is said to hit a benchmark score more than double that of the 'Xeon' series developed by Intel. Performance was reported. AMD is expected to compete with Intel's overwhelming market share of 91.1% by increasing its market share with these products.
3rd generation 'EPYC' from AMD hits a benchmark score more than double that of Intel 'Xeon'-GIGAZINE
On the other hand, Intel announced the third generation of CPU 'Xeon Scalable Processors' for servers on April 6, 2021. It is expected that it will compete as a rival to AMD.
Intel's data center CPU 'Xeon' development manager talks about 3rd generation Xeon SP and Optane --GIGAZINE
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