This ISA basically completely dominated the smartphone market of the 2010s and beyond, but it started appearing in other areas as the end of Moore's law made it more economical logical for large companies to start developing their own semiconductor, e.g. Google custom silicon, Amazon custom silicon.
It is exciting to see ARM entering the server, desktop and supercomputer market circa 2020, beyond its dominant mobile position and roots.
Ciro Santilli likes to see the underdogs rise, and bite off dominant ones.
The excitement also applies to RISC-V possibly over ARM mobile market one day conversely however.
- in 2020, the Fugaku supercomputer, which uses an ARM-based Fujitsu designed chip, because the number 1 fastest supercomputer in TOP500: www.top500.org/lists/top500/2021/11/It was later beaten by another x86 supercomputer www.top500.org/lists/top500/2022/06/, but the message was clearly heard.
- 2012 hackaday.com/2012/07/09/pedal-powered-32-core-arm-linux-server/ pedal-powered 32-core Arm Linux server. A publicity stunt, but still, cool.
- AWS Graviton