MANHASSET, N.Y. Shipments of PC graphics devices reached 61.4 million in the second quarter, up to 2 percent from the previous quarter and 12.9 percent over the year-ago quarter, according to a report by Jon Peddie Research.
According to the report, the desktop graphics segment saw shipments increase 2.1 percent to 46.5 million with integrated desktop shipments increasing 8.4 percent sequentially. The mobile graphics segment saw shipments grow 1.8 percent to 14.9 million, with integrated mobile shipments increasing 10.3 percent sequentially.
ATI helped drive growth in the mobile IGC segment during the quarter with shipments of its Radeon Xpress 200M solution. With numerous design wins for this part, the company saw a 50.0 percent sequential increase in mobile IGC shipments during the quarter. Intel grew its mobile integrated graphics chip shipments 7.4 percent during the quarter and remained the largest PC graphics supplier to the mobile market after surpassing ATI to claim this title in the first quarter.
In desktop graphics, ATI widened its lead over Nvidia as shipments grew 6.2 percent sequentially while Nvidia's desktop shipments fell 7.5 percent, the study said. ATI's gains on the desktop side came entirely from its line of integrated graphics devices, shipments of which increased more than three-fold during the period.
Overall, Intel led the graphics market with 43.7 percent of sales, followed by ATI with 26.8 percent and Nvidia with 15.9 percent, the report said.