Red Hat to support dual core


Red Hat to support dual core

Antony Savvas

Red Hat will offer support for increased productivity dual-core processors in its new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 operating system.

Dual-core processors have two processing engines on a single chip to deliver increased processing while taking up less room.

The first beta update to RHEL 4 supports dual-core chips from both AMD and Intel and is part of Red Hat’s regular quarterly update to its main Linux enterprise operating system.

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