Intel once “monopolized” the notebook and x86 server CPU market, but that is changing as Zen architecture products are rolled out. AMD’s share of the notebook processor market is expected to rise to 20 percent by the end of the quarter, according to the latest news. Previous data showed that AMD’s market share in the notebook sector had grown to 14.7 per cent after the third quarter of last year, proving to be a good one.
There are two main reasons why AMD has made such great progress. From the internal reasons, with the release of the Ryzen 4000 series mobile APU, consumers can start the 7nm platform for the first time high-performance notebook, and the price is also very advantageous. In addition, Intel’s out-of-stock problem still seems still not completely resolved, founditor Renbao revealed that some OEMs are hoarding AMD chips to cope with the need from time to time.
In addition to the Ryzen 4000 Series APU, AMD this week also announced the start of shipments of the Dragon Silver 3050U and The SpeedDragon Gold 3150U, which is mainly aimed at products such as Chromebooks, competing for Intel’s low-power Celeron and Pentium series. Although the Chromebook has little sense of presence in China, it has sold more than even the traditional x86 notebook, Apple iPad and so on in the European and American education markets.