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ComputerWeekly

Aug 26, 2004

Virus targets AMD64

Symantec's security response experts have discovered the first proof-of-concept virus targeting AMD64, the W64.Shruggle.1318.... Continue Reading

SearchWindowsServer

News Jun 28, 2006

64-bit Watch

We've assembled this reference guide to show you which 64-bit processors are available now for the hardware in your Windows network. Continue Reading

SearchStorage

By Alan R. Earls Aug 15, 2001

A bit on 64 bits

An industry perspective on two 64-bit SAN products. Continue Reading

SearchWinIT

Jul 05, 2006

64-bit Watch

No longer a futuristic technology, 64-bit technology is what's happening right now. So, to show you which 64-bit products are available now for your Windows network, SearchWinIT.com has put together these ... Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Jan 05, 2004

AMD unveils latest Athlon-64

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has released the latest Athlon 64 processor. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Aug 29, 2001

Microsoft introduces 64-bit Windows

Microsoft has formally ushered in the 64-bit era for Windows, releasing its Windows Advanced Server Limited Edition designed to... Continue Reading

SearchWindowsServer

By Brien Posey Problem solve Jul 21, 2005

The lowdown on 64-bit

We look at the architectures of Intel's and AMD's 64-bit processors, and analyze the pros and cons of each in the Windows world. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Oct 26, 2004

Intel aids 64-bit transition

Intel said that its new software tools which helps convert 32-bit code into faster 64-bit formats, will make it easier for... Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Cliff Saran Nov 21, 2005

Microsoft's 64-bit push unveiled

Microsoft has unveiled a range of products designed to push 64-bit computing further into the business and simplify systems management. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Antony Savvas Mar 10, 2005

AMD launches 64-bit processor

AMD has launched its Turion 64 processor family for high-end laptops, to compete against Intel’s established Pentium M... Continue Reading