Intel’s 64-bit is valuable, but only in limited applications

Intel’s decision to move to 64-bit addressing extensions affects only certain memoryhungry applications. But this is another step...

Intel’s decision to move to 64-bit addressing extensions affects only certain memoryhungry applications. But this is another step on the road toward 64-bit infrastructure.

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