Don't you argue that mobile devices are eating other form factor's lunches?
They're all 32-bit last I checked where address space is at a premium.
And I don't see where you get the notion that 32-bit implies “address space is at a premium”: typical mobile OS does not use swap and keeps many applications in memory at the same time. Any given application can only use 128MB or so. You can easily give allocate 16MB or 32MB of address space for heavy worker threads - more then enough for
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