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Intel Market Share Up a Snip

Intel’s share of PC processors was up marginally year-over-year in Q3 from 81.2% to 81.5%

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This may not be the best time to mention this – given New York’s antitrust suit – but Intel’s share of PC processors was up marginally year-over-year in Q3 from 81.2% to 81.5% according to Mercury Research and AMD gained a tenth of point year-over-year to 17.8%, but lost 0.7% sequentially. Between the two of them they’ve got 99.3% of the market. Via’s got what’s left over. Mercury figures 90 million-100 million PC chips went out the collective door, a third-quarter record despite the economy. Mobile chips were up 22%.

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