With the announcement a couple of weeks ago by AMD that it is now shipping its 64-bit ARM-based Opteron processor, code-named Seattle, AMD becomes the first provider of the standard ARM CortexA-57 technology and heralds a new phase in performance and power-efficiency for server computing.

AMD believes that the ARM 64-bit platform has a shot to capture up to 20% off the server market by 2016 or 2017. And this article by Trefis provides a nice glimpse of the potential for AMD’s stock as a result. After a bit of a stumble coming out of 2013, AMD has incredible potential moving forward.