AMD halted market share slump in Q2, says analyst

For the last six months, AMDs market share has been on the wane as arch-rival Intel regained much of the lead it lost to the smaller chip maker during 2006. But new figures show AMDs slide may have come to a halt. According to market watcher iSuppli, AMDs Q2 2007 share of the global x86 processor market rose by half a percentage point from the previous quarter to 11.4 per cent. Intels share dropped by an identical amount to 80.3 per cent over the same timeframe.

Not that Intel CEO Paul Otellinis going to lose much sleep over a half a percentage point dip when his company" lead is so huge. Equally, iSuppli admitted its numbers were preliminary - so it could well revise them shortly in Intels favour.

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News source: The Reg

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