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AMD increases graphics chip market share in second quarter

AMD increases graphics chip market share in second quarter

The total market was in seasonal decline, down 4% from last quarter. Computer graphics chip maker AMD increased market share 0.4% during the second quarter of 2016, according to a new market report from Jon Peddie Research. AMD, the smallest of the three remaining computer graphics processing unit (GPU) vendors, continues to take market share […]

By August 26, 2016 Read More →
AMD continues to gain ground on Nvidia in graphics add-in board market

AMD continues to gain ground on Nvidia in graphics add-in board market

A robust gaming market helped boost add-in board sales in seasonally down quarter. Computer graphics hardware vendor AMD continues to gain market share in the lucrative graphics add-in board (AIBs) market, says Jon Peddie Research (JPR) in its AIB market update for the second quarter of 2016. The market for graphics add-in boards was down […]

By August 25, 2016 Read More →
VRLA bigger than ever

VRLA bigger than ever

One of the first commercial VR conferences, VRLA is a leading forum for new ideas and applications. VR LA started as a meetup in 2013 held in supportive companies’ conference rooms to where it is today: a twice-yearly affair occupying the west hall of the LA Convention center. VRLA Summer Expo drew over 3,000 attendees, and 120 […]

By August 11, 2016 Read More →
AMD gives advanced rendering software to developers

AMD gives advanced rendering software to developers

Radeon ProRender released to open source. Several CAD and DCC plug-ins are already available.   By Jon Peddie At Siggraph, AMD announced that it was making its physical-based ray-tracing rendering engine open source, and would share its source code with developers as part of its GPUOpen program. The software has been renamed Radeon ProRender (it […]

By August 2, 2016 Read More →
VRX: The rise of a new content form

VRX: The rise of a new content form

It isn’t film, it isn’t TV. What do we call new content made specifically for virtual reality?  Attached is a short video interview of Jim Chabin, AMD’s point man in support of virtual reality. He recommends the special content now being created for VR—including the Emmy-winning Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience—deserves its own name as […]

By June 29, 2016 Read More →
Extended PC buying cycle drove the add-in board market in first quarter

Extended PC buying cycle drove the add-in board market in first quarter

AMD gains market share on Nvidia. The market for add-in graphics boards (AIB) increased in the first quarter of 2016, according to the latest market report from Jon Peddie Research. AMD gained market share for the fourth consecutive quarter. Quarter-to-quarter AIB shipments increased 4.8% and 5.8% year-to-year. The JPR AIB Report tracks computer add-in graphics […]

By May 25, 2016 Read More →
A mixed quarter for graphics chips

A mixed quarter for graphics chips

AMD increased notebook market share from last quarter, while Nvidia saw a tiny market share increase year-over-year. The GPU market and the PC market in general continued to slide as users and corporations have stretched out their refresh rates, says Jon Peddie Research. Reporting on sales of graphics chips to computer manufacturers for the first […]

By May 24, 2016 Read More →
AMD unveils new 32GB graphics board and 3ds Max plug-in

AMD unveils new 32GB graphics board and 3ds Max plug-in

The high bandwidth board was presented at NAB running a variety of high-end graphics programs. Virtual reality is an obvious application. AMD used the recent National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show,  to announce its latest FirePro professional graphics card. AMD says the new FirePro W9100 32GB is “the world’s first workstation graphics card with … […]

By April 28, 2016 Read More →
AMD powering new generation of laptops

AMD powering new generation of laptops

Jon Peddie offers a quick summary of why Bristol Ridge is worthy of your consideration. AMD is rolling out its seventh-generation APU code-named Bristol Ridge. (APU means Accelerated Processing Unit; it’s AMD’s way to combine CPU and GPU in one chip.) It’s bigger, faster, uses less power, and has found homes in Acer, HP, Lenovo […]

By April 14, 2016 Read More →
Graphics leaders stalking Rhino

Graphics leaders stalking Rhino

AMD and Nvidia both want their raytracing technology in the hands of Rhino 3D users. The fierce rivalry between AMD and Nvidia never seems to let up. Recently both companies have turned their attention to Rhino 3D, the popular NURBS-based design tool from McNeel and Associates. Last week at the Develop3D conference in the UK, […]

By April 5, 2016 Read More →