Intel’s 78% share of the world’s processors is 6 times that of AMD

Although people often shout AMD YES, and the performance of Rui Long processors in the past few years is really outstanding, but the entire PC processor market is still Intel's world. The data from market research organization Canalys fully proves this.

Statistics show that in the fourth quarter of 2023, Intel PC processor shipments amounted to as many as about 50 million units, an increase of 3% year-on-year, with a market share of 78%.

During the same period, AMD processor shipments amounted to about 8 million units, a year-on-year decrease of 1%, corresponding to a share of 13%.

In other words, Intel processors are more than six times the size of AMD!

In third place was Apple, which also shipped about 6 million units, a 4% year-on-year decrease.

MediaTek, Qualcomm, and ARM are all still basically at zero, though MediaTek had a nice 27% jump in momentum, mostly from Chromebooks, and Qualcomm was down 17%, having to wait for the Snapdragon X Elite.

According to revenue statistics, Intel's quarterly haul of about $41 billion, an annual increase of 2%, AMD is about $ 5 billion, an annual increase of 6%, equivalent to less than one-eighth of Intel, which is the double-edged sword of the price-performance ratio embodied where.

In addition, Apple's revenue of about $8 billion, much more than AMD, an annual increase of 8%.

MediaTek, Qualcomm, Arm also basically no presence, Qualcomm also fell 81%.

On the PC vendor side, Lenovo contributed as much as 25% of Intel processor shipments, followed by HP at 23%, Dell at 19%, Acer at 7% and Asus at 6%.

AMD side of Lenovo is still the first, take the goods accounted for as high as 40%, a distant second, followed by HP 29%, Asus 14%, Acer 6%.

MediaTek is Lenovo 52%, Acer 34%, Asus 13%, Qualcomm is Acer 83%, Asus 17%.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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