Even though Intel currently has a 70% share of the x86 embedded processor market, AMD is expected to raise its market share in the sector to over 20% in 2007 after it has begun adding dual-core processors to it's embedded processor lineup, according to Taiwan-based IPC makers.
AMD recently announced the addition of its dual-core Turion 64 X2 TL-52 to its embedded processor line up.
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