Why Intel's neutral stance on Atom in servers is a mistake

Ars Technica: "With all the talk of leaner, simpler cores in the datacenter, and the rumblings about ARM chips going into cloud servers, you'd think that Intel would be happy to position Atom as a server part. But you'd be wrong. PC World is reporting some remarks by an Intel VP, where he takes a neutral stance on the idea of Atom in the datacenter.

"We are not opposed to an Atom based server, but we just don't see broad adoption of the Atom as a server chip," Intel's Kirk Skaugen told the publication."

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