The microprocessor industry’s two primary players: Intel and AMD, constantly fight it out for market share – and this time, Intel seems to be getting the upper hand with their range of releases through the quad-core processor currently unparalleled by AMD. According to a Reuters report,
Intel had about 74.4 percent of the market for desktop, laptop and server processors, according to January data from Mercury Research, which estimated AMD’s share at about 25 percent.
So, who what will AMD pull out of their sleeve to get their engines going again?
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