Intel’s Profits Largely Depend on Client Computing Group

Until 2018, Intel was unbeaten in the manufacturing node. Although AMD launched competitive products, it failed to beat Intel in terms of performance. In 2019, AMD will likely overtake Intel in the process node technology with its 7-nm (nanometer) Ryzen processors, while Intel’s competitive 10-nm PC processors will not arrive before the end of 2019.

We cannot say how AMD’s 7-nm products would impact Intel’s Client Computing ASP. Thus, 2019 will be an important year for Intel and a more important year for AMD.

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