In the 1H17, the most notable events in the PC processor market have been component shortages that have held back shipments of some PCs and the launch of AMD's Ryzen desktop PC processors that has returned serious competition to that segment. In the long term, we expect the Intel and AMD competition to be the most interesting event amid a market that will remain largely flat.
This study presents a five-year forecast for the worldwide x86 and ARM server-class microprocessor market. With an expanding system TAM, expanding workload base, and emerging competition, the next five years of the server-class microprocessor market will see more system- and workload-specific designs, moderation in pricing, and some modest changes in market share.
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