Fedora 20 wants to be ready for the next-wave of ARM powered products. With Canonical having made their presence felt already, Fedora wants their own Linux distro to make it into ARM powered devices. Of course, for that to happen, support for ARM hardware is necessary. The latest version of the distro, Heisenbug, takes care of that. But that is not all. A new visual interface and "first-class" virtual machine images bring improved virtualization. Complete release notes can be found here.
The ISO image, compatible with 64-bit Intel PCs, is available for download and weighs 953 MB in size.