A new report by consultancy Jon Peddie Research shows that Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) were the big winners of the last quarter with both companies posting double-digit increases in market share.
The third quarter of the year is considered the most important for sales, as historically its the time when companies see their biggest growth.
According to a release by JPR, Intel’s total shipments increased 11.6% from last quarter, and Nvidia’s jumped 12.9%. AMD’s (NYSE: AMD) overall shipments decreased 7%. Breaking down the numbers, Intel’s shipments increased 18.6% in notebooks and 11.6% in PC graphics. Nvidia’s desktop discrete shipments increased 24.3% from last quarter while its notebook discrete shipments increased 3.5%. Overall, its PC graphics shipments increased 12.9%.
Year-over-year both AMD and Nvidia’s overall PC shipments decreased, with AMD experiencing a 24% fall and Nvidia a shrinkage of 4%. Intel increased its PC shipments by 19%. Discrete GPU shipments increased 6.6% compared to the last quarter, and decreased 7.7% from last year.