Originally Posted by BinaryDemon
Honestly this was my thought as well. Most servers rely on completely on the CPU and run without any sort of video output. It will be interesting to see if Kyoto finds it's niche.
Niche? How about Youtube or Vimeo?
Video rendering with CPU and GPU working together and if those server chips are fully HSA/hUMA compliant then its going to a steal for what it offers.
You know that video game/simulation Second Life, If AMD would make a very very strong APU and if Linden Lab were to code game for Second Life then there would not be that much lag or problems with transfering data. APU's should be great for MMO's.
Also I think semi-custom Kyoto will be used for calculations for Xbox One Cloud servers because of compatibility with the console. Possible.