Intel (INTC) says that its growth in Asia will be robust for the balance of the year, a sign that PC sales in the region are strengthening. IDC expects a 14% increase in PC sales in Asia to a total of 28.3 million PCs.
Reuters writes that "Intel’s share of market for processors that power most personal computers was 85.3 percent in the second quarter in the region." That figure was up a bit from the same quarter last year.
Which means that AMD is losing ground is the world’s fastest growing chip market.
Douglas A. McIntyre