Posted by Webmaster on June 4th 2013 |
If you thought the workstation was in decline like its PC sibling, think again. Worldwide, the industry shipped approximately 973.1 thousand workstations in the third quarter of 2013, marking 3.6% sequential growth in a quarter that's cyclically down, more often than not. That figure nearly eclipsed the record 1.0 million units the market
Posted by Webmaster on May 16th 2013 |
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
The workstation industry expected more out of fourth quarter market results than it ended up getting. After an encouraging third quarter's results that seemed to break the market out of its recent stagnation, it looked like the clouds were beginning to clear. However, rather than basking in a mostly
JPR found that AIB shipments during 2013 Q12013 Q1 behaved according to past years with regard to seasonality, but the drop was less than the 10 year average. AIB shipments decreased 1.6% from the last quarter (the 10 year average is just -3%). Compared to the previous quarter AIB shipments were up 1, 8%, and on
Holding steady: 28.8 Million discrete GPUs shipped, down almost 16% over last quarter and declined 9.7% from last year. There was an 8.2% dip in overall graphics shipments in Q4 from the third quarter. The news was disappointing for every one of the major players. AMD dropped 13.6%, Intel slipped the least, just 2.9%, and
The clouds appear to be clearing. Workstation vendors had to be relieved by third quarter market results, as the industry found some sorely-needed footing, yielding some positive — and very welcome — gains. Going back to fourth quarter of 2011, the workstation market had bumped into some roadblocks, suffering three consecutive down quarters.
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced estimated graphics add-in board (AIB) shipments and sales market share for Q3’12. JPR’s AIB Report tracks computer graphics boards, which carry discrete graphics chips. AIBs are used in desktop PCs, workstations, servers, and other devices such as scientific instruments. They may be
Last week we got to look at a new autostereoscopic (A3D) display for tablets. It was on a high-resolution Retina screen iPad, glasses free via a super-thin super-fine lenticular lens, and it had some novel eye-tracking software that made good use of the super powerful processors in the A4.
Intel led the quarter with 7.8% quarter-to-quarter growth—second quarter in a row Jon Peddie Research estimated graphics chip shipments and suppliers’ market share for Q2’12. The news was good, for most. Intel had gains in both desktop (13.6%) and notebook (3.8%) led mostly by Sandy Bridge. Nvidia gained in the
We've announced estimated graphics chip shipments and suppliers' market share for Q1'12. Although this did not shape up to be a great quarter for the suppliers, it actually wasn't as bad as it could have been. We found that shipments during the first quarter of 2012 behaved according to past