News Apple Alums Challenge AMD, Intel in Data Center With Phoenix Processor

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They might as well want to use ARMv8.7-A, or ARMv9.0-A, that's where their expertise lies.
Perhaps, but doing so might open them to litigation from Apple, who would probably suspect they borrowed at least a few tricks they learned at the fruit company, to efficiently implement ARM ISA.

I'm pretty sure that anyone who can make CPUs as good as Apple's recent chips can also design competitive CPUs of other flavors. And I think ARM's apparent vulnerability to trade restrictions suddenly made POWER and RISC V a lot more appealing.
 
Aug 11, 2019
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I thought experiments of the past already stated clearly there's no need for ARM in server market.
Well, let them do it anyway. Someone have to fail miserably to further prove the statement.
 

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