IDC cuts 2011 processor sales forecast owing to 'economic headwinds'

Iain Thomson
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Fusion platform gives AMD gains against Intel in mobile and PCs

IDC has cut its projected 2011 growth rate for microprocessor sales to 9.3 per cent, after a 2.9 per cent decline in shipments during the second quarter. The period is traditionally the slowest ...

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