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Hopefully the Apollo Lake line includes AES-NI and QuickAssist. I couldn't find those details here.
Did you read the article?
The company is immediately canceling Atom chips, code-named Sofia and Broxton, for mobile devices, an Intel spokeswoman confirmed.
That article is all about Mobile/Tablet chips, not "Microserver, Entry Communication Infrastructure and Cloud Storage."
Nothing about C2000/Rangeley.
the article doesn't say anything about other Atom lines, or the future replacements for Rangeley, either.
I can't say what I know (CNDA), but Sofia, especially, looks like it was an Intel "science project" from here.