AMD records a record quarter: here are the data
AMD continues to grow, posting a record Q3 and laying the foundations for an excellent Q4 of 2021. The company, in fact, continues to collect excellent feedback, recording positive data that allow us to look to the future with great confidence. With data from Q3 of 2021, AMD records an increase in turnover for the 6th consecutive quarter in the PC segmentwith sales of Ryzen 5000 processors reaching a double-digit percentage increase.
The record growth of AMD continues: excellent data also from gaming
It should also be noted that AMD also obtains excellent data from the gaming division. Sales of Radeon GPUs are growing and demand continues to be high for next-generation Sony and Microsoft consoles which, we recall, can count on semi-signed AMD chips. The foundations for a new record quarter for the company are all there.
The numbers of growth
According to the Mercury Research Q3 2021 x86 CPU Market Share report data, AMD increased its share of x86 drives by 2.1 points quarter-over-quarter to a share of 24.6%. This is the second-highest result ever for AMD, approaching its Q4 2006 record of 25.3%.
It should also be noted that AMD’s share of x86 notebook drives hits a record high 22% with an increase of 1.8 points on an annual basis. Note that revenue in the AMD notebook segment reached an all-time high of 16.2% in 3Q21. This is an increase of 1.3 points over the previous quarter and 3.9 points over last year.