Haswell is a pivotal product for the industry enabling Intel's core architecture to serve all platform types; servers, desktops, tablets and probably smartphones. Broadwell will advance that goal even further. By 2014 there will be no CPU family that can serve as many platforms and device types as Intel can do with their Core architecture. You're looking at smartphones to supercomputers on a single CPU family.
"ARM doesn't even have 64 bit today, its server, desktop and laptop presence is virtually non-existent. ARM's hope of success above tablets is very questionable. Its HPC aspirations rests on the near-bankrupt AMD."
Thank You !!!! Honestly, I haven't laughed this hard in a long time...
Again, I truly thank you !!!!!