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Monday, 02 December 2013 12:11

Haswell to take 50+ percent of sockets shipped in 1H 2014

Written by Fuad Abazovic

Ivy shrinks, Bay Trail grows

In the second half of 2013 Intel was forced to deal with at least six different desktop processor groups. On the top of the food chain Intel has Ivy Bridge E, Sandy Bridge E followed by, Haswell LGA 1150 and Ivy Bridge 1150 processors. The end carries the remains of Sandy Bridge processors, Celeron BGA and Bay Trail Atom processors.

As you can imagine Ivy Bridge E, Sandy Bridge E both based on LGA 2011 socket occupy some two percent of total Intel socket market while Haswell LGA 1150 reaches almost 30 percent of total shipments by socket in 2H 2013.

The most dominant products were naturally Ivy Bridge LGA 1155 parts that accounted for more than sixty percent of total shipments. Sandy Bridge 32nm processors in Socket 1155 are taking three percent of total shipments in 2H 2013 while Celeron BGA / Bay Trail D and old Atom based on Clower Trail 32nm should occupy some 5 percent.

In 1H 2014 Ivy Bridge E will eat the Sandy Bridge E market taking most of the pie for itself. Haswell and Haswell refresh, both LGA 1150 parts, should occupy close to 55 percent of the market while Ivy Bridge is doomed to shrink to 40 percent. Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 will be in some one to two percent of socketed processors that will ship in 1H 2014, while Celeron BGA and Bay Trail D (same thing under different brand) will grow into the Cedar View D market and conquer the rest of the low-end.

Both Haswell refresh and Bay Trail D should continue growing in 2H 2014 according to Intel’s desktop transition guide.

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