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Old 30th October 2011
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Default Applied Micro leaps ahead in ARM server race

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/10...e_server_chip/

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Applied Micro Circuits, a company known for networking chips and for dabbling a bit in embedded PowerPC processors, has aimed a haymaker of an ARM server chip right at the cloudy jaws of Intel and AMD.

What's more, the specs divulged by Applied Micro – if all works according to plan – suggest that the x86 chip makers might end up missing more than a few teeth. They could end up with broken jaws, as well.

Applied Micro's forthcoming X-Gene processor is based on the 64-bit ARM v8 architecture announced by ARM Holdings this week.
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