AMD may have flubbed the launch of its first quad-core processors but it managed to claw back a few points of revenue share against Intel in the first quarter of 2009. Worldwide microprocessor chip revenues across all architectures and vendors, meanwhile, dropped off a cliff to hit $6.9bn, down 20.6 per cent from the $8.6bn in …
Yes, but what does Gartner say? I'd bet they forecast a 22% annual growth rate for all processors over the next 5 years, reaching $477B by 2013, with Intel capturing 68% of the market, AMD capturing 27% of the market and others capturing 14% of the market. For an explanation of why this adds up to more than 100% get out your wallet and click [here] for the full report.
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