The road to 64-bit computing

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The road to 64-bit computing

Intel reveals its strategy for easing the migration path from 32-bit to 64-bit systems along with news of a common platform for Xeon and Itanium users

Intel offers 64-bit migration path with Itanium, Xeon and Pentium

Intel has outlined its 64-bit computing strategy ahead of it Developer Forum in San Francisco next month

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Common Intel platform will cut upgrade costs

Intel will offer a common hardware platform for 32-bit Xeon and 64-bit Itanium processors within the next three years

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Microsoft releases code for Windows x64 systems

Microsoft is gearing up for the release if its hybrid 64-bit Windows operating system floowing last week's introduction of a second release candidate for the software

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This was first published in February 2005

 

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