These will implement the ARMv8-A architecture which supports 64-bit computing, and may even be manufactured using 20-nm processing technology. East said they are designed to address applications from servers down to smartphones, and that lead partners have already signed up for this Greek duo.
So 64-bit and from servers to phones, does it include high performance laptop/desktop in the middle? Hopefully we'll have non-x86 alternative in the future. Intel needs competitors other than AMD, and I wish them luck.