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AMD Achieves ‘EPYC’ Record-Breaking 16% Market Share In Recent Quarter

Investigator firm, Omdia, announced as of late that AMD accomplished a solid 16% worker portion of the overall industry in the new quarter. Some portion of the notable piece of the pie for the organization comes from “interest from hyper scale cloud specialist co-ops, and Google specifically,” reports Business Wire.

AMD Achieves an EPIC 16% Server Market Share Thanks To EPYC CPUs, Reports Omida

With the immense necessity for worker needs, and even with the business enduring capacities of satisfying requests on schedule, AMD showed “an aggregate of $21.5 billion dollars of seller income.”


Income from workers is relied upon to see a development of 11%, getting to a sum of $92 billion. The worker market is seeing consistent increments because of worker costs expanding, just as using ideal register jobs and weighty information assignments, like AI and investigation. This has caused a requirement for more productive stockpiling arrangements and expanded memory.

There is a desperate lack of some basic parts like force the board coordinated circuits (PMICs) which could affect worker shipments, especially in the backend of the year. Worker merchants have expanded their part stock levels to moderate the lack and cut off the effect of long lead times. This transient goal is putting additional strain on the all around focused on worker part production network and is pushing costs up.

“Requests for semiconductors identified with power the executives, have gone up dramatically because of expansion of cell phones, other individual gadgets, expanding hardware frameworks in vehicles, and Internet of Things gadgets. Parts like PMICs are ordinarily made on an 8-inch wafer to make it seriously evaluated. In the course of the last numerous years, there was no huge interest in the 8-inch fab limit as it was viewed as a low-edge business. This makes it hard to tackle the inventory lack issue temporarily,” said Manoj Sukumaran, head expert, server farm processing and systems administration, at Omdia. “As the stock deficiency deteriorated for the current year, a few organizations began putting resources into 8-inch limit, yet taking into account that limit extension requires something like a year to be useful, all things considered, the PMIC lack will proceed until the following year.”

Intel made a notification that it will endeavor an alternate way to deal with their CPU design with their freshest processors, empowering “throughput proficiency and performing multiple tasks with the low voltage activity making headroom to build the recurrence and scale-up execution for more requesting responsibilities. The presentation center plan suitably targets single-strung application execution.” Intel’s most current CPU designs will consider higher measures of CPU customization to coordinate with a bigger scope of utilizations.

As the skirmish of the x86 model proceeds, Arm-based CPU sellers have been gaining extraordinary headway in infiltrating the workers of the hyper scale cloud specialist co-ops. In spite of the fact that Graviton arrangements at AWS to some degree dialed back in 2Q20, Oracle’s organizations of workers with Ampere’s CPU inclined. We likewise saw great energy for Fujitsu and Huawei’s Arm-based CPUs.

Omdia had this to say about the new AMD piece of the pie brings about the last quarter related to the requirement for expanded mechanical leap forwards, for example, customer use supercomputers:

“We’ve followed the advancement of innovation utilization models for a long time and were not shocked by the recharged endeavors of worker sellers to give their foundation as an assistant, but situated at the premises of their clients,” said Vlad Galabov, chief, cloud, and server farm research, at Omdia. “In the second quarter of 2021 HPE, Dell, and Lenovo all detailed solid footing for their individual contributions. Strangely, HPE additionally conveyed a supercomputer as a help. This is in accordance with a more extensive pattern we see everywhere undertakings for bringing down capital consumption for higher working costs.”

Overall server farmworker income by seller

Revenue ($ million)% change
2Q201Q212Q212Q21 vs.
1Q21
2Q21 vs.
2Q20
White Box Vendors$5,084$4,748$5,56617%9%
Dell EMC$3,261$3,521$3,6554%12%
HPE$2,747$2,586$2,7275%-1%
Inspur$2,412$1,577$2,28545%-5%
Lenovo$1,466$1,435$1,65215%13%
IBM$913$815$8514%-7%
Huawei$1,270$1,096$820-25%-35%
Cisco$822$789$729-8%-11%
Super Micro$689$622$70814%3%
H3C$481$425$51822%8%
Other$1,817$1,735$1,97214%9%
Total$20,964$19,349$21,48211%2%
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