ARM CPUs expected to own 30% of PC market by 2026


Industry analyst Canalys is predicting that ARM chips will snag 30 percent of the PC market by 2026. (opens in new tab) It also predicts that half of cloud server market, currently dominated by x86 CPUs, (opens in new tab) will also fall to ARM processors in the same time frame. But what could that all mean for gaming PCs?

Steve Brazier, president and CEO of Canalys, reckons it all adds up to an “extraordinary industry-changing event that simply has not been taken seriously enough.”

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