ARM Holdings expects 64-bit processors based on its designs to come out next year, with servers using those processors shipping in late 2014 or early 2015. In contrast, Intel low-power processors are already at the heart of Hewlett-Packard's Project Moonshot servers and Dell's dense servers, Agam Shah writes. "I don't think you'll see any serious momentum in ARM until 64-bit comes out," Dell's Jimmy Pike says.
Analysis: ARM is late to the game with low-power 64-bit server chips
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