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ARM not in a hurry to go 64-bit

Posted on Tuesday, February 08 2011 @ 17:31:17 CET by

Hexus reports ARM CEO Warren East is in no hurry to go 64-bit, despite the fact that the feature will be necessary if the company wants to break into the server market:
One of these is 64-bit addressing, but apparently the company has no plans to develop a 64-bit chip in the near future. However, ARM's CEO, Warren East, didn't see this as a problem when questioned on the issue during an earnings conference call last week.

"There are certainly server applications today...for which 64-bit or lack of 64-bit is not a barrier...a 32-bit processors perfectly adequate to address that in [typical] multi-core configurations and Blades with multiple multi-core chips on the Blade," he noted.



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