Market research agency Jon Peddie Research (JPR) today announced the statistics of the global graphics market in the fourth quarter of 2011, and given the specific share of various manufacturers and their changes.
Note: The graphics card mentioned here includes all graphics products such as discrete graphics, integrated graphics on the motherboard, and integrated graphics cores for processors.
In the last three months of last year, the global graphics chip shipments were 124 million, a significant decrease of 10.5% compared to 138.5 million words in the first quarter of the word, while the historical decline was only 0.83%, including both the impact of flooding in Thailand. However, it is still more optimistic that the global economic situation is still not optimistic enough. Compared with the same period in 2010, the 114 million units actually increased by 8.8%.
Incidentally, according to the data calculation of Dataquest, IDC, HSI and other institutions, the global PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2011 were 93.5 million units, which was a 1.8% increase from the previous quarter.
Intelâ€™s integrated processor shipments increased for the eighth quarter in a row, with desktop products increasing by more than 10%, but notebook products also fell by more than 10%. Coupled with the shrinking of integrated chipset, Intelâ€™s graphics card shipments chained A decrease of 12.3%, the market share lost 1.3% and fell back to 60%, currently at 59.1%. Of course, this is still a result that other opponents can't catch up with.
NVIDIAâ€™s share of desktop and notebook products increased by 3.7, 0.1 percentage points, respectively, in particular, tied with Sandy Bridge notebooks. However, due to the loss of integrated graphics, NVIDIAâ€™s total shipments decreased significantly by 13.2% year-on-year. Market share also lost 0.4%, now occupying 15.7%.
Ironically, the old integrated chipset that NVIDIA has given up has burst out and there has been a lot of sales, because some of the same old AMD processors are still being sold in the Asian market (presumably mainly in the mainland).
AMD's success with Fusion APU led desktop graphics products to soar by 44.8%. Even previous integrated chipsets have been well mixed. However, similar to Intel, it is also a sluggish notebook platform, which caused the overall shipment volume to decrease by 3.4%. Even so, AMD is still the only winner in the Big Three, its market share has risen to 24.8%, an increase of 1.8 percentage points from the previous quarter.
Compared to the fourth quarter of 2010, the share of Intel and AMD increased by 6.6 and 0.6 percentage points respectively, while NVIDIA lost 7.8 percentage points.
In terms of other vendors, SiS is still almost zero. Shipments of VIA/S3 have dropped by 16.5% and its share has shrunk to 0.4%. Matrox has slightly increased its head but it is only 0.03%.
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