Word on the street is that AMD is likely to get a ten percent market share in server chips next year.
Huawei launched a new chipset for use in servers as part of a Chinese bid to enhance its chip making capabilities and reduce its heavy reliance on imports, especially from the United States.
Demand should pick up in the middle of the year
Orders for datacenter servers are expected to slow down in the first half of 2019 but will pick up in the second half and grow even stronger in 2020.
Expected to fall by nine per cent
Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s trade war with the Chinese is expected to damage global server shipments.
Targeting owners of ancient kit
AMD is leaning on its channel to support its push in the server market as the firm looks to challenge for market share and rattle Intel's cage.
Businesses waiting for Skylake chips
It has not been an enjoyable time for server sales in Europe according to IDC beancounters.
Servers you right, Chipzilla
Qualcomm’s introduction of a top notch 48 core 10nm server chip means that Intel’s milkmaid can no longer serve up expensive milk from its cash cow Xeons and the lot.
IDC reports a three percent fall
While their are suggestions that PC sales might be picking up, life is not so good for people trying to peddle servers, according to beancounters at IDC.
Fourth quarter increases
Beancounters at IDC have added up the numbers and divided by their shoe size and are claiming that the fourth quarter of 2015 the EMEA server market continued to show moderate growth.
Don't get your hopes up
Google is set to announce that it is working with Qualcomm to design servers based on ARM processors, in a move which could give the British chip designer some street cred in the data centre market.