Part 2 of 2
This is the second in a two-part blog on 64-bit ARM and the server marketspace. If you missed the first blog, read it here.
When ARM introduced its first 64-bit processing core, ARMv8, several years ago, many experts wondered whether it would replicate its disruption of embedded applications by doing the same in the server market, which has long been dominated by the Intel architecture. Since ARMv8s introduction, server system suppliers have made several significant strategic decisions with regards to ARM IP. The first such supplier was Applied Micro Circuits Corporation.