Graphics Add-in Board shipments increase modest 0.2% from last quarter

Posted by Webmaster on May 16th 2011 | Permalink
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Overall shipments of graphics AIBs for the quarter came in slightly above the last quarter at 19.03 million units compared to 18.84 million for Q4’10. Shipments in Q1 2011 did not exceed the same quarter a year ago. Nvidia unit shipments decreased by 2% from Q4, while AMD increased 5.7% for the same period. Shipments during the first quarter of 2011 behaved according to past years with regard to seasonality but was lower on a year-to-year comparison for the quarter. In comparison, Q4’10 did not conform to the normal seasonal cycle, but was down a bit compared to previous years, so…

Graphics Add-in Board Shipments Decline 15.2% from Last Quarter

Posted by Webmaster on August 24th 2011 | Permalink
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Overall shipments of graphics AIBs for the quarter came in below the last quarter at 16.1 million units compared to 19.01 million for Q1’11. The evolution of the graphics market has resulted in two major super-categories of graphics AIBs: those which carry Nvidia graphics chips and those which carry AMD chips. Nvidia GPU-based boards declined slightly by 0.1% from Q1, while AMD-based boards increased 0.1% for the same period. Sales of AIB products have been directly impacted by the rise of integrated CPUs from Intel and AMD, which have increasingly powerful graphics. Shipments during the second quarter of 2011 behaved according…

Nvidia winner in Q1, AMD flat, Intel down

Posted by Webmaster on May 16th 2013 | Permalink
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Quarter-to-quarter negative 2.9%—Desktop discrete sales up The news was disappointing for Intel, but encouraging for Nvidia and for AMD on the desktop. AMD lost 0.3%, quarter-to-quarter, Intel slipped 5.3%, and Nvidia increased by 3.6%. The overall PC market declined 13.7% quarter-to-quarter while the graphics market only declined 3.2% reflecting an interest on the part of consumers for double-attach—the adding of a discrete GPU to a system with integrated processor graphics. On a year-to-year basis we found that total graphics shipments during Q1’13 dropped 12.9% similar to PCs shipments declined by 12.6% overall. GPUs are traditionally a leading indicator of the market,…

Add-in board market down in Q2, Nvidia holds market share lead

Posted by Jon Peddie on May 20th 2014 | Permalink
Tags: nvidia amd gpu ati evga sapphire q2'14

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Quarter-to-quarter AIBs shipments decreased 17.5%, and slipped 17.6% year-to-year Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry's research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia, announced estimated graphics add-in-board (AIB) shipments and suppliers’ market share for 2014 2Q. The quarter in general JPR found that AIB shipments during Q2 2014 behaved according to past years with regard to seasonality, but the decrease was more than the 10-year average. The news was disappointing, quarter-to-quarter, the market dropped 17.5 % (compared to the desktop PC market, which increased 1.3%). Total AIB shipments decreased this quarter to 11.5 million units from last quarter. AMD’s quarter-to-quarter total desktop…

Mobile Devices and the GPUs inside

Posted by Robert Dow on December 8th 2014 | Discuss (0)
Tags: gpu apple qualcomm tablets smartphone mobile devices

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The market for portable devices (mobile devices that we can carry including notebooks) continues to soar in spite of economic difficulties and general uncertainty. Although personal devices are not necessarily replacing the PC, they are outselling the PC. All of these devices have a graphics processor (GPU) integrated in the device’s system on a chip (SoC) application processor. JPR has just released a new market study, Mobile Devices and the GPUs Inside, and found that Qualcomm has over 42% of the total market for personal mobile devices, as illustrated in Figure 1. Except for the four propriety (vertically integrated) suppliers, of…