Yesterday, we learned that before the end of this year, Intel’s processor deficit will remain on the market. Of course, not all – primarily for low-cost mobile CPUs.
According to the source, the deficit will peak in the second quarter. And now, PC manufacturers are stocking up on AMD processors, as they have no other choice. As a result, according to industry sources, this will lead to the fact that AMD will occupy 20% of the mobile CPU market by the end of the current quarter. For comparison, in the third quarter of last year, the company’s share was only 14.7%.
What part of the AMD market will occupy by the end of the whole year, one can only speculate, but it is unlikely that the company’s growth will stop.