Samsung has achieved this quarter to take the sights of Intel’s global microprocessor market.
The second quarter of 2017 is a landmark for Samsung, as it has managed to shed one of the world’s largest chips manufacturers, Intel, mainly due to the construction of new-generation DRAMs and NAND chips.
Samsung supplies microprocessors with a remarkable number of devices, from servers to “Internet of Things” devices, which helps it to deliver positive results in this category.
In the second quarter of the year, Samsung had profits of $12.6 billion, according to Engadget, and of $54 billion of revenue in its financial results, 15 billion came from the microprocessor market, versus Of the $14.8 billion that Intel recorded from the same activity in the same quarter.
Samsung has succeeded in halting Intel’s leadership this quarter, which was considered to be the case over the past 24 years that Intel has been the world’s largest processor manufacturer. Analysts believe that Samsung takes advantage of the fact that it has an expanded range of processors for many different needs.
Intel, on the other hand, seems to be stuck in the production of processors mainly destined for the ever-declining PC market.
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