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a swollen bud of many water plants that contains stored food. It becomes detached from the parent plant, enabling it to survive the winter.
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Since the introduction of the AMD64 architecture in 2003, the AMD Opteron(TM) processor for servers and workstations and the AMD Athlon(TM) 64 processors for desktop and notebook computers have earned more than 45 awards for innovation and performance and the support of more than 1,000 OEMs, hardware and software developers, system builders, and distributors.
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.
With native dual-core AMD64 processors, users are able to run multimedia and security applications with enhanced performance, and also enjoy new levels of multi-tasking capabilities.
The Grand Ole Opry: Using AMD64 and Windows XP Pro to meet the challenge of broadcasting live musical performances every week on TV, radio, satellite radio and Internet streaming formats from this iconic American stage.
The Sun Netra CP3020 is the first announced Tier One OEM product developed with the AMD64 Longevity Program, providing longer-than-standard processor supply for high-end embedded markets such as telecom, storage, imaging and others.
AMD64 processor-based systems have been added to the solution centers of various channel leaders throughout North America and are planned for installation in centers in the United Kingdom, China, India, Japan and a growing list of other locations by the end of the year.
Low pin count and a small footprint on the board is also needed and products within the AMD64 Longevity programme guarantee processor availability for at least five years.
The award-winning AMD64 desktop processors features Cool'n'Quiet technology, an innovative system-level feature that lowers the power consumption of the PC when maximum performance is not needed.
As a reflection of Wolfram Research's rigorous software engineering standards, Mathematica 5 is among the first technical computing platforms specifically optimized for the AMD64 architecture.
Second-Generation AMD Opteron[TM] Processors and AMD Athlon[TM] 64 X2 Dual-core Processors Added to AMD64 Longevity Program
AMD's key OEM customers, including Sun, HP and IBM, showcased ground-breaking, dual-core platforms based on the non-disruptive AMD64 technology, the world's leading x86, 64-bit computing environment.
In addition, AMD64 processor-based systems were one of the platforms on which Windows Vista was developed, built, tested and optimized.