At the ISC’18 Conference in Frankfurt, Germany, Primeur Magazine met Said Derradji, project coordinator of the Mont-Blanc 2020 project, on the Exhibition floor. Said Derradji works at Atos R&D in the Big Data and Security Department. The Mont-Blanc project has always been a pioneer in ARM for HPC. The first Mont-Blanc project was using a mobile processor to do HPC. The following projects, Mont-Blanc 2 and Mont-Blanc 3, focused on the ARM ecosystem and software ecosystem. Mont-Blanc 3 built a real platform with a several-grade ARM CPU, the Cavium ThunderX2. Mont-Blanc 2020 is the sequel of the Mont-Blanc project story. The idea is to now be able to develop a System-on-Chip (SoC), a European processor, based on ARM cores and optimized for HPC.