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|8th August 2008, 18:44||#1|
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Market of Graphics Adapters Flat as Intel Grabs Highest Market Share in Years
Second quarters are not particularly good for graphics adapters, in the last seven years – with the exception of 2005 and 2007 – the market declined further from seasonally weak first quarter by 2.5% - 10.75%, according to data by JPR. Therefore, the sequential drop from Q1 2008 to Q2 2008 of just 0.49% is a surprise that gives a lot of hope to the whole market of graphics cores.
Furthermore, the slight decline of the total available market of graphics adapters and personal computers means that despite of the economy slowdown in the U.S. and some other well-developed countries, the developing markets are offsetting any declines, as a result, the worldwide market remains stable.
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