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Appro's cutting-edge 1U-1142H server based on Quad AMD Opteron processors will double the density of their current 1U servers and provide best-in-class processor performance for 32-bit applications, with easy transition to 64-bit computing," said Ben Williams, director of the Server/Workstation Business Segment at AMD.
The certification process with ATI ensures that our customers can depend on the increased functionality of 64-bit computing.
InfoWorld named Fred Weber, AMD CTO, to its list of Innovators of 2005 for innovations to the AMD roadmap that comprehended the need for 64-bit computing and dual-core processors back in 1999.
AMD's x86-64 architecture extends x86, the industry's most widely supported instruction set, and is designed to enable 64-bit computing while remaining compatible with existing 32-bit software infrastructure and industry experience.
1 release, we are able to transition to 64-bit computing with the confidence that these Linux workloads will meet the mission-critical standards of our datacenter.
Based on our experience, MigraTEC 's product provides the potential for IBM customers to employ the power of 64-bit computing on AIX with less porting effort and greater productivity than conventional techniques like lint, grep or a compiler.
With AMD, Intel and Microsoft driving heavily to move the market away from 32-bit to 64-bit computing the move is upon us whether we like it or not," said Rob Enderle, principal analyst for the Enderle Group.
AMD's x86-64 technology is a straightforward approach to 64-bit computing.
Moreover, AMD64 technology protects companies' software investments by enabling a seamless migration from 32- to 64-bit computing as business needs evolve.
We think this release represents a fundamental leap in terms of processing power and presents a new option for companies looking to install enterprise-ready Linux 64-bit computing solutions.