Intel posted the 10Q: https://www.intc.com/filings-report...0000050863-22-000020/0000050863-22-000020.pdf
Notebook revenue was $6.0 billion, down $997 million from Q1 2021. Notebook unit sales decreased 35% driven by lower demand in the consumer and education market
segments following a supply chain inventory digestion cycle compared to COVID-driven highs in Q1 2021, partially offset by an increase in ASPs of 32% due to an increased mix of commercial and consumer products, and lower mix of education.
Desktop revenue was $2.6 billion, down $130 million from Q1 2021. Desktop unit sales decreased 11% driven by lower demand in consumer and education market segments, partially offset by an increase in ASPs of 7%, driven by commercial recovery from COVID-19.
Server Revenue was $6.0 billion, up $1.1 billion from Q1 2021, primarily driven by an increase in server revenue. Server volume increased 28% due to demand from our hyperscale
customer-related products and continued recovery from COVID-driven lows in Q1 2021. This was partially offset by a 3% decrease in server ASPs due to customer and product
mix. Other DCAI revenue increased primarily due to growth in our FPGA business.