From a market share standpoint, this is true. But from a reputation standpoint, they need to work on reinforcing it. Don't get me wrong, Intel is still a very reputable company, but competition have been building up their reputation as a good alternative to Intel. Which is why companies are migrating to the likes of AMD. Cost is one reason, but if you know a company's product is not reliable or as good, you may not consider their products for critical usage even if it is cheaper. And this is substantiated by the fact that AMD's DC sales is improving at the expense of Intel's.No fanboy, but Intel isn't and doesn't need to make any 'comeback'. They are still a world leader in semiconductors and have the profit reports to prove it. If anything they continue to solidify their dominance even when the competition's technology outpaces them at times. When their progress goes stagnant, their marketing and installed base maintain high margins. If their foray into the discrete graphics market is even moderately successful, it will put much needed pressure on both amd and nvidia.