LONDON – The processor architecture of ARM Holdings plc, which is not present in the market for desktop, mobile or x86 servers at present, is going to grab more than 13 percent market share by 2015, according to market research firm International Data Corp. (IDC).
In the first quarter of 2011 Intel is the market leader with 80.8 percdent unit market share while Advanced Micro Devices earned 18.9 percent and Via Technologies earned 0.2 percent. This totals 99.9 percent leaving other architectures in the rounding noise.
Intel had a larger market share in the mobile sector in 1Q11 with 86.3 percent share while AMD was losing market share with 13.4 percent.
The forthcoming report, Worldwide PC Microprocessor 2011-2015 Market Forecast provides an outlook by server,desktop and mobile PC category and includes unit shipments by processor architecture including x86 and ARM.
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