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AMD decisively squeezes Intel out of US retail

AMD continues to push its competitor, Intel, out of the North American retail personal computer market.

According to analyst firm Current Analysis, 49.8% of personal computers sold in the US retail network in the last month, including laptops and desktops, were based on AMD processors. The share of computers based on Intel processors sold during the same period was 48.5%. Limiting the focus to desktop PCs, AMD’s success is particularly evident: the company managed to advance from 52% of the market in September to 67.7% in October. The number of laptops based on AMD processors also increased significantly: their share increased from 26.2% in September to 31.5% in October. Recall that we are talking about a retail network. Intel is still maintaining its position in the market as a whole with an exclusive agreement with Dell, the largest US PC retailer.

It is significant that, losing in quantitative terms, the founder of the microprocessor industry, figuratively speaking, continues to fill his pockets: prices for Intel microprocessors, overpriced compared to prices for similar AMD products, provided Intel 57.6% of the retail market in monetary terms.

Source: Current Analysis

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