Echoing somewhat similar findings from Mercury Research and IDC earlier this year, iSuppli reports that after losing share to Intel on a sequential basis last year, AMD has turned things around and is up significantly, taking 12.8% of the market. Those gains came almost exclusively at Intel's loss, which fell from 81.6% to 79.1%. It can't be said that the gains came due to any fault of Intel's, as their entire product line is being well-received currently.
On the contrary, it may mean that AMDís latest endeavors, including their 45nm Phenom parts, may be doing well. I hope the company keeps that up while keeping the price pressure on Intel. Could this be a sign of an AMD resurgence, or perhaps it is just a temporary gain attributable to other factors?