In the x86 processor market, AMD wants more. Ruth Cotter, AMD’s senior vice president of global markets at the USB Global Technology Symposium, said he expects AMD’s share of the server market to rise to 10 percent in the second quarter of next year with the launch of the second-generation “Rome” chip,media reported.
AMD currently has a share of about 7% of the x86 server market, having achieved 26% at its most glorious time in history.
According to Cotter, Rome is deployed faster and better than the first generation of Naples.
In fact, in the desktop segment, AMD has even taken the lead over rivals such as top-of-the-range TOP10, the largest hardware retailer in Germany, Mindfactory, which has achieved sales and Intel 82.
The second generation of Dragon “Rome” shares the 7nm Zen2 architecture, along with the three generations of Ryzen and three generations of thread tearers, and in the future, the third generation of Dragon “Milan” based on the 7nm plus, Zen3 architecture, and Genoa (Genoa) based on the 5nm process and Zen4 architecture.