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AMD Is Stealing Market Share From Intel, and It's Not Stopping Now

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AMD Is Stealing Market Share From Intel, and It's Not Stopping Now
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Intel's (NASDAQ: INTC) recovery in the x86 CPU (central processing unit) market at the end of 2020 now appears to be a flash in the pan. Intel had given investors hope that it could bring an end to Advanced Micro Devices' (NASDAQ: AMD) consistent market share gains by ramping up production and catering to customers who were unable to buy the latter's chips due to a supply shortage, but the latest numbers from Mercury Research prove otherwise. AMD ate into Intel's x86 market share in the second quarter of 2021, with its share now close to all-time highs.