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Neo10
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re: ARM unveils 64-bit architecture
Neo10   10/28/2011 2:08:40 AM
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Wow, this is astounding. A 64 bit arm will certainly open a pandoras box hitherto unexplored. This is big news indeed and ARM is upping it's ante in the power play over next generation cpus. Don't see any immediate application for this in the mobile world, even for a tablet but as the CTO says it will be robust by the time the world needs it.

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SylvieBarak   10/27/2011 11:23:01 PM
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Windows will likely run on it, Dirk. In the press release that was issued earlier a general manager at Microsoft, KD Hallman, said: "ARM is an important partner for Microsoft," adding, "The evolution of ARM to support a 64-bit architecture is a significant development for ARM and for the ARM ecosystem. We look forward to witnessing this technology's potential to enhance future ARM-based solutions."

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Cyrus4357   10/27/2011 10:56:47 PM
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perfect!

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DrDave   10/27/2011 9:20:32 PM
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Wonder what this means for MIPS?

dirk.bruere
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dirk.bruere   10/27/2011 8:31:59 PM
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No mention that Windows will be running on it?

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re: ARM unveils 64-bit architecture
goafrit   10/27/2011 8:21:08 PM
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Congratulations to ARM and INTEL continues to see new competitions. ARM is holding up and they should feel good. He got it right, the future is about heterogeneous systems.

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