AMD came away from Computex with a victory in the HEDT space, but the real battle between Intel and AMD is taking place within the confines of the data centre. One analyst firm believes AMD may stand a chance of taking a huge chunk of Intel’s big data market from right under its nose. AMD’s EPYC chips were launched back in 2017, and since then have been slowly creeping into the high performance computing space. However, while AMD’s Zen-based Epyc chips are gaining ground and momentum, Intel’s Xeon Scalable chips are still top dog for most server racks. Who will win in the battle for the best gaming CPU? Here’s what we reckon. In an interview with Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich, analyst firm Nomura Instinet believes Intel are worried about AMD taking considerably shares of its lucrative server market. In Q1 of 2018, Intel’s Data Center Group (DCG) earned $5.2 billion in revenue. Even one fifth of that market is nearly double what AMD made from its entire enterprise, embedded, and semi-custom (EESC) segment in Q1 2018, some $532 million. And one fifth, or almost $4 billion in total for the entire year, is exactly how much of the server… Read full this story
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