According to TechPowerUp, Mercure Research, a market research firm, released a survey of the x86 processor market, which saw AMD grow in all segments (excluding the Internet of things or semi-customisation).
AMD accounts for 18.3% of the x86 processor market, according to the report. In the face of strong corporate brand loyalty to Intel, AMD's EPYC server processor series faces a more formidable challenge, with AMD now accounting for 4.5 percent of the server processor market, up 0.2 percent from the previous quarter and 1.4 percent from the previous year.
AMD's mobile processor market share is 16.2%, almost equal to its desktop market. This may be due to the popularity of AMD APU in the notebook market. AMD is now aiming at higher end market segments. This year, it will launch ryzen 4000 APU. It is believed that more high-end products will be equipped.