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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Ken Robson tagged amd

Developing Linux Applications on AMD OpteronTM and AthlonTM 64 Processors

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The current interest in virtualization has led to the creation of several different hypervisors. Most of these, however, predate hardware-assisted x86 virtualization, and are therefore somewhat complex pieces of software. With the advent of Intel VT (Virt

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The AMD64 ABI (Application Binary Interface) is evolved from the 32-bit x86 ABI. The ABI features binary compatibility between Solaris and Linux systems. Programs compiled for a 32-bit x86 platform do not need to be recompiled to run on the AMD64 platform

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Standard microprocessors increasingly dominate the HPC market, yet Cray, IBM, SGI and others see a need to complement microprocessors with other types of processors. At the HPC User Forum meeting in Denver this week, a panel on the growing number of proce

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THE SON of the Alpha EV7 bus, also known as Hypertransport these days, aimed to provide for very versatile functionality from Day One. That's whether we talk about cache-coherent NUMA-like SMP (but without most of NUMA latency penalties), or high-performa

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After a long period of being considered the under-dog of the microprocessor world, AMD emerged, particularly with its K7 generation of processors, as a company that could provide formidable competition on price-performance. AMD didn't stop there; it made

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The first presentation covers with greater detail what appeared on the public virtualization roadmap webcast, while the remaining two disclose information never appeared till now. So it really worth the read.

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We haven't updated our AMD roadmap for a few months, in part due to overlapping NDAs and product launches. Unfortunately we are just about to go under NDA for AMD's next low clock X2 processor - but rather than postpone another roadmap we decided to carry

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AMD virtualization technology, codenamed “Pacifica,”. introduces several new

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This document contains information to assist programmers in creating optimized code for the AMD Athlon processor.

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