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Beowulf will allow users to build 64-bit clusters of servers running Opteron with an enhanced Linux kernel.
The Opteron is expected to make its debut in one-way and two-way servers, similar to the model prematurely posted on server vendor Polywell Computers' Web site earlier this month.
Like the Opteron, the new version of Beowulf will be able to run older 32-bit applications, so users can continue to run their older applications as they develop new 64-bit ones for their Beowulf/Opteron servers.
Opteron is scheduled for release in April and is based on AMD's Hammer architecture.