update Opteron-based Windows HPC machine from the Shanghai Supercomputer Center is ranked No. 10--the best showing from Asia--in the latest Top500 list.
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At a press event in New York City, Sun Microsystems VP John Fowler and Sun co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim show off the Sun Fire X4100, part of the new Galaxy family of servers. Designed by Bechtolsheim, the machines are based on Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit Opteron processors and support Solaris OS, Linux and Windows.
Digital pest prototype infects files only found in early Windows code for AMD 64-bit Opteron processors.
Athlon 64 and Opteron computer owners can now get a free look at a new version of Windows XP 64-bit Edition.
Microsoft on Tuesday said it expanded the test program for a version of its Windows Server 2003 operating system running on Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit Opteron chip.The company initiated a limited test of the operating system in October.
IT Forum: Will Microsoft offer a version of .Net Server for the AMD's 64-bit processors? The company won't say, but according to the Windows boss... it could
AMD demonstrates Windows running on its forthcoming Opteron chip and, in related news, announces $300 million to $600 million in charges for the fourth quarter.
AMD is demonstrating 64-bit versions of Windows, Apache and other applications on Opteron systems, showing off the chip's 32-bit and 64-bit abilities
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