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AMD x86 share is about to exceed 25% Intel CEO: Only temporarily, we are regaining-AMD, Intel, CPU processors-Fast Technology (Media under Drivehome)-Technology changes the future

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AMDexistx86The market market has continued to regain lost ground in recent years,Q3The overall share in the quarter has reached24.6%, Breakthrough this year25%No pressure.butAMDThe market share robbed is inIntel CEOKissinger seems to be temporary, this isIntel“Lend to”AMDOf, with12The launch of the generation Core Duo,AMDStill have to come back.

At the Credit Suisse Technology Conference a few days ago,Intel CEOKissinger respondedAMDFrom his point of view, the topic of ever-approaching market share,he thinksAMDThe so-called regaining of lost land is temporary.IntelDid not cede share toAMD,YesAMD“Borrowed” and will return it later.

Kissinger said that at the consumer levelCPUfield,IntelNot released12The generation of Core has already started fromAMDRegaining lost ground in his hands, with12With the advent of Core Duo, this process will only accelerate.

In the server field,Kissinger pointed outAMDThe expansion of the company will be restricted by the limited production capacity of the foundry,andIntelThe self-produced and self-sold model is more advantageous in this regard and has a competitive advantage. He also mentioned the next-generation Xeon processor to be released next year.Sapphire Rapids, Due to the upgrade of the new architecture and new technology, the integration ofHBM2Memory, the advantage in this regard is even greater.

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