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AMD Steals Intel Market Share On The Back Of Fusion Processors

AMD Steals Intel Market Share On The Back Of Fusion ProcessorsResearch firm IDC found that while Intel’s market share dropped 1.5 per cent, AMD picked up the slack with an equal 1.5 per cent growth.

The volume shift came as AMD released its new class of Fusion microprocessors with integrated graphics embedded, just like Intel’s earlier released Sandy Bridge processors.

These new processors are stealing with market as CPUs with integrated graphics processors made up the bulk of shipped units at more than 60 per cent of all PC processors in this year’s second quarter, says IDC.