Courtesy of AMD, Add-in Boards Get a Boost In Market Share

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According to the reports from the graphics card market research firm – Jon Peddie Research, the Add-in Board(AIB) market increased quite a bit in Q1’19, gaining over $2.8 billion from AIBs since last quarter.

Add-in Board market has two major GPU suppliers – NVIDIA and AMD. The 48 AIB suppliers work with these GPU vendors as “partners” to build and supply add-in boards for desktop PCs, workstations, servers, rendering and mining farms, and other devices such as scientific instruments. The quarter-to-quarter graphics board shipments increased by 0.3%, with AMD’s 22.7% market share which increased from 18.8% from last quarter. On the other hand, NVIDIA lost 3.9% market share since the last quarter in the AIB market but is still in the lead by a considerable margin.

“Since 1981, 2,100 million AIBs have been shipped”

-Jon Peddie Research

The AIB market earned $17.11 billion last year and is expected to hit $17.32 billion by 2023. JPR further added – “Since 1981, 2,100 million AIBs have been shipped”. Furthermore, the year-to-year market for AIB has decreased by 43.6%. There hasn’t been a major shakeup in the AIB industry, but we can expect some drastic changes after Intel enters the discrete graphics card market in 2020.


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