AMD is back from the near dead. AMD is competitive with Nvidia and Intel will get a significant market share.
A single 7-nm Epyc x86 processor narrowly beats a system with two Intel Skylake Xeons in a rendering job. AMD benchmarks have the 7-nm Vega GPU on par with a Nvidia V100 in inference tasks.
The existing 14-nm Epyc, launched in May 2017, boosted AMD's negligible 0.5% share of x86 servers to 1.5%. With its customer relationships now back on track, the 7-nm version could push AMD up to "high single digits" in x86 server market share by mid-2019.