Once Nearly Gone: AMD EPYC Server Share Hits Record 16.5%
Once Nearly Gone: AMD EPYC Server Share Hits Record 16.5%.
A few days ago, AMD released its first-quarter 2022 financial report, which performed well.
Revenue in the quarter reached a record $5.9 billion, an annual increase of 71%. Even excluding the acquired Xilinx, revenue was a record $5.3 billion, an annual increase of 55%.
At the same time, the gross profit margin reached 48%, an annual increase of 1.9%. percent.
In terms of products, Ryzen processors, Radeon graphics cards, and EPYC processors also took off in the third line, driving their respective business units to record revenue.
Accompanied by the continuous increase in market share.
According to Mercury’s revenue estimates, AMD’s server revenue share reached 16.5% in the first quarter of 2022, an increase of 2.1 percentage points from the previous quarter and a year-over-year increase of 5.7 percentage points.
Once upon a time, AMD almost disappeared in the server market. After the birth of Zen-based EPYC, it has been going all the way.
According to the data provided by AMD’s financial report, there are currently 465 cloud instances deployed with AMD EPYC processors , of which the Microsoft Azure HBv3 virtual machine has been fully upgraded to the third-generation EPYC 7003X series based on AMD 3D V-Cache cache stacking technology, Google Cloud C2D Virtual machines, Amazon EC2 C6a/Hpc6a also use AMD EPYC processors.