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PAE

Abbreviation for postantibiotic effect.
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The release of Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions will be the gun that starts the race to 64-bit computing," said Nathan Brookwood, principal analyst at Insight 64.
Intel and Microsoft are working together to enable 64-bit computing for the mainstream, creating an innovative ecosystem that addresses the needs of businesses and consumers," said Abhi Talwalkar, vice president and general manager of the Digital Enterprise Group at Intel Corporation.
The site also attempts to map out a possible transition strategy to 64-bit computing that preserves a company's investments in 32-bit infrastructure.
We're committed to ensuring that customers have the greatest flexibility and can reap the maximum value from their current Java technology-based applications when transitioning to 64-bit computing.
The AMD Opteron processor for servers and workstations is based on AMD64, which extends the x86 instruction set architecture (ISA) to 64-bit computing for the first time.
Melio Cluster File System and LaScala Clustered Volume Manager Support Windows Server 2003 for 64-Bit Computing
We expect a rapid transition to Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit computing as customers utilize the capability of 64-bit servers to migrate critical applications onto Windows platforms," said Dr.
The new Mobile AMD Athlon 64 processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks enables a powerful 32-bit computing experience today with a seamless transition to 64-bit computing.
And UniPrint for 64-Bit will provide the ideal printing solution for today's more demanding 64-bit computing environments.
With the ability to easily migrate applications to AMD64, AMD Opteron processors provide such a simplified path to 64-bit computing that we continue to see a groundswell of support.
With AMD64 technology, customers can embrace the new capabilities of 64-bit computing on their own terms to achieve compatibility with existing software and operating systems.