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rick merritt
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Re: It goes a long way in a rapid pace...
rick merritt   11/7/2013 5:31:42 PM
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Hi Chan: There will be Xeon servers around as long as I live. ARM servers are just getting started finding their way into some Xeon markets and some markets where Xeon doesn't reach.

Bulls say ARM could get 20-25% of the server market by 2020. That's pretty bullish IMHO

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It goes a long way in a rapid pace...
chanj0   11/7/2013 4:14:41 PM
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Starting from mobile, ARM indeed goes a long way. With the fundemental requirement of IoT, low power consumption, no doubt ARM is the favorite over Intel. Development of ARM servers has been on the way for a while. Finally, it is here. No wonder Intel starts fabricating ARM.

With all these ARM servers around, how soon will Xeon servers be replaced?

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Re: Lots of Cool IoT gadget but the Next challenge is the security
rick merritt   11/5/2013 2:16:13 PM
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@Shreeganesh: Good point. We need solid secureity that is low cost, low power, low demand in processing and memory, simple in software, yet very secure. Wow, quite a requirement set!

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Lots of Cool IoT gadget but the Next challenge is the security
shreeganesh   11/5/2013 1:05:28 PM
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Been to ARM TechCON 2013 event.  Indeed, lots of cool IoT devices (wearable for sports, medical help and many other needs..... home survelliance, IoT based small to big appliance devices, and many other cool stuff also....)

The key challenage and next big thing is the security and protection as IoT is growing by big fold and pretty soon our life will be controlled through this gadget.

 

 

 

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Wide range
junko.yoshida   11/5/2013 1:36:55 AM
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This slideshow illustrate well how far ARM has already grown into such a broad range of market segments. Good stuff.

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What did you see at ARM Tech Con?
rick merritt   11/4/2013 9:44:26 PM
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