AMD wins market share, misses Opteron target
Monday February 28 2005 @ 09:21AM EST Advanced Micro Devices took market share from archrival Intel in the fourth quarter but fell short of a target it set for its two-year-old Opteron chip, research firm IDC said on Friday.

AMD added one-tenth of a percentage point to its total share of the number of personal-computer microprocessors sold in the period, giving it a 16.1 percent market share. It was the third consecutive quarter of gains for Sunnyvale, Calif.,-based AMD, which has been trying to shake off its reputation as a producer of low-cost Intel clones.

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