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Qualcomm's Windows-capable silicon will land later rather than sooner

Steve Davies 3 Silver badge

Re: No good options

but.... this is for powering the cloud (or at least DC's)

Catch-22 becons.

I don't know if Qualcomm have an ARM Architecture License or not but my guess you'd need to do some magic with the Architecture in order to make this work at anything more than a 'Meh' level. Much like what Apple has done with the ARM Cpu's they use. They get impressive single core performance from their iDevice kit. As many applications are not really optomised for multi-core this sort of thing would help sell it.

OTOH, how many times before have we heard about some great/fantastic/gonna rule the world in the DC idea that uses ARM chips only for it to never be heard of again?

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