We have been hearing of a little something called Project Denver that ARM has been working on, which they claim will have them selling chips to the server market. The new Cortex A15 will be a 32bit chip with 40bit physical addressing, and multiple cores capable of reaching 2.5GHz, all while using the same amount of power as the previous Cortex A9 generation. Maybe Intel and AMD do have something to worry about. Drop by The Register for more.
"ARM Holdings’ high-performance, low-power Cortex-A15 processor design will appear in products in late 2012 or early 2013, when it will begin to muscle in on territory long dominated by Intel’s x86 architecture."
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