More AMD-based notebooks on the market due to Intel's shortage

Intel has been experiencing serious inventory shortages, especially in the entry-segment chips, due to the lack of supply that Intel has been unable to meet demand. AMD seems to be profitable.


More AMD-based notebooks on the market due to Intel's shortage

Intel has been experiencing serious inventory shortages, especially in the entry-segment chips, due to the lack of supply that Intel has been unable to meet demand. AMD seems to be profitable.

Intel's monopoly position in the processor market for many years is shaken by the Zen architecture. The company has lost a significant market share to AMD, and in many other important markets, the sales figures are overwhelmingly behind.

In the performance side, the company cannot respond to the successive moves of AMD, so the company shifts its priority to the upper segment and the server side, but the red team does not offer an opportunity to its competitors in these markets.

In the meantime, the company has not been able to switch to new nodes for years, but the 14 nm production process has left its background behind and has been experiencing a shortage of inventory for the hardware world for a long time. According to the table, Intel may lose market share in the input segment, which this time pushed to the back to recover.

See Also "AMD Zen 3 will be introduced with brand new architecture"

Commenting on the current situation at an event organized to share financial figures, ASUS announced the upcoming increase in AMD's signature laptops. In the present case, it actually confirms this. Time will tell us what kind of strategy Intel will follow.

ASUS’s To Offer More AMD Powered Devices as Intel CPU Shortages Persist


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