ARM is really stepping up there game. I have no doubt that they will be able to take on the low powered server market with these nice looking chips. I would certainly wait until that A15 chip is available though. The interesting thing I find is that Windows 8 is supposed to support architectures other than x86 I wonder if they plan on doing the same with their Windows Server line.
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