It is Intel everywhere in the servers market, and in-fact there since many years the servers on the entire globe are running day and night, with full support provided to the developers and OS flavors by Intel, now when ARM is trying to enter into this segment, there are two important hurdles/questions eventually require attention 1. Will ARM be selling it at more competitive price as compared to Intel Processors/Servers. 2. Will this initial efforts of building servers will compete technically with very much matured servers of Intel?
As ARM is pushing very hard this topic lets see what time will show the outcome of ARM efforts.
I'm curious to find out whether the community sees ARM's entry into x86 servers and the announcements that come with it as a bold move or not? Is it likely to work or not? Are all of these partners going to be fully onboard, or not?
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