PC processor makers set their sights higher
The original Itanium, the first version of Intel's 64bit architecture, was an experimental product suitable only for evaluation. Most potential users waited for its successors, codenamed McKinley and Madison, which shipped as the Itanium 2.
Meanwhile, Intel rival AMD has brought its rival 64bit architecture to market. Which platform will succeed? And what impact will 64bit processing have on commodity hardware computing?
In fear of future shortage - or in preparation for its own electric car project?
But if you're running anything older you'll have to wait
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