How many pins do you need to get reasonable memory bandwidth off this beast, or are most of the cores waiting for memory most of the time? What size heatsink does it need, or is it water cooled? And other little real-world trivia.
You can already get 48 cores in a Proliant of the right flavour, but there aren't that many people interested, because there aren't that many applications that suit the massive-SMP model.
The idea that this is "a cloud on a chip" is laughable - with all those resources in one chip (and presumably one single OS image?) where's the scalability and diversity and resilience which a properly-implemented disaster-tolerant multi-site cluster (that's what they used to be called but most MBAs and Microsoft-certified folk can't string that many words together so "cloud" came in) can provide?
Beer. Liquid cooling. It's the way of the future.