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Best Web Links: 64-bit Computing

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Looking for answers to your 64-bit questions? We've collected these resources to help you decide if 64-bit technology has a place in your enterprise.

Hardware

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The goal of 64-bit computing is more powerful hardware and better application performance. Learn what your hardware options are here.

Software
If you need more performance or are developing new applications, you may want to consider migrating from 32-bits to 64-bits. Wondering how much work is involved and which enterprise apps will most benefit? Find out here.

Background
In 1965 Gordon Moore observed an exponential growth in the number of transistors per integrated circuit and noted that this trend would likely continue into the future. Follow the evolution of Moore's Law here.

News
Stay current with the rapid development of the 64-bit universe. Find the latest headlines and news about high performance computing here.

Glossary of terms
Looking for a term related to 64-bit computing? We've collected them for you here.


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