AMD gaining significant market share for the server CPUs

AMD has gained significant market share since 2020 both with consumers and businesses according to latest reports. AMD in 2020 boasted approximately 10% of the CPU market share but coming into 2023, that is now double, at 20%.

AMD's EPYC processors vs Intel's Xeon is one of the main reasons for this market share climb. Pricing, along with significant core gains is a major factor and the real big winner for AMD has been its supply.

People have been waiting significant amounts of time for Intel CPUs and AMD has made this a non-issue.

As a premier partner of AMD, the team at ICC are ready to help you out with your CPU requirements and can offer quick turnaround times.


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AMD gaining significant market share for the server CPUs

AMD has gained significant market share since 2020 both with consumers and businesses according to latest reports. AMD in 2020 boasted approximately 10% of the CPU market share but coming into 2023, that is now double, at 20%.

AMD's EPYC processors vs Intel's Xeon is one of the main reasons for this market share climb. Pricing, along with significant core gains is a major factor and the real big winner for AMD has been its supply.

People have been waiting significant amounts of time for Intel CPUs and AMD has made this a non-issue.

As a premier partner of AMD, the team at ICC are ready to help you out with your CPU requirements and can offer quick turnaround times.


General Enquiry