AMD Ryzen processors are once again gaining market recognition, this time in Japan. BCN Ranking’s statistics, based on a summary of Japanese retail channels, found that AMD’s share of third-generation processors was 67.4% at the end of last month and 32.6% for Intel 10 Core.
As can be seen from the chart, AMD’s first-generation Ryzen processor has climbed since its launch in July 2017, and before that, Intel’s share reached about 85%, and now the market landscape has been reshaped by AMD, which is a turn of the water.
Unsurprisingly, data from South Korea last month showed AMD processors also took more than 60 per cent of the market, while the traditional weak notebook market, A U, also hit a 10-quarter high.
Given that AMD Ryzen 3000XT processors will be available in July, the Ryzen 4000G desktop APU and Zen3 architecture will also be available in the second half of the year, the AMD story is far from over, or will be even more exciting.