Qualcomm Enters Server Market With 10nm Centriq 2400 Chips, Wins Microsoft As First Big Customer

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I wonder what sort of dent AMD will make in the server market with Naples which seems poised to offer about double the performance per buck and performance per watt as Intel's current Xeons. That could be somewhat of a setback for aspiring ARM-based server chip designers.

Full-blown Windows coming to ARM could make things interesting a few years from now should x86 stagnate again on pricing and performance.
 

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I too wonder how this will play out with AMD becoming competitive again with Naples. This should be an interesting year as these things come to fruition. We've heard this a lot lately, but competition is good.
 

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this is the most important thing in the it world, since the beginning , the genesis: full windows x86 software stack , running great on ... arm chips ! both for consumers and enterprise ... this has got to shake every it software/hardware foundation to the grownd !
 
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