Intel holds ground in workstation market

Posted on Sunday, Sep 24 2006 @ 13:09 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Market research numbers from Jon Peddie Research show Intel has hold its ground in the workstation market:
Despite AMD's massive market share gains on the server front, the chipmaker is not doing so well in the workstation market, according to the latest numbers from Jon Peddie Research.

The research firm says Intel chips were in 92% of all workstation systems shipped in the second quarter, compared to just under 4% for AMD. A senior analyst for Jon Peddie Research says the release of Intel's new Xeon "Woodcrest" processors back in June has allowed the company to hold onto its market share, leaving little room for AMD to grow.
More info at The Tech Report.

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