EM64T


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EM64T

(Extended Memory 64 Technology) The first name of Intel's 64-bit x86 CPUs. In 2006, the name of the technology was changed to "Intel 64." See Intel 64.
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SuperServer platforms based on Xeon Processors with Intel EM64T will nicely complement our existing SuperServer product lines with Itanium 2 processors to provide optimized solutions that address all enterprise segments.
Specifically, this includes support for Linux 64-bit running on 64-bit extended systems such as AMD Opteron, Athion 64 or Intel processors with Intel EM64T technology.
Intel's EM64T enables server platforms to access larger amounts of memory and run 64-bit operating systems.
With EM64T, these solutions will provide users with the versatility to run both 32-bit and 64-bit applications so that they can move to 64-bit computing at their own pace while preserving their current 32-bit investments.
LifeKeeper for Linux supports the building of active/active and active/standby data and application high availability configurations of up to 32 nodes using x86, ia64, EM64T and Opteron-based servers from Dell, HP, IBM and others.
It is available for standard 32-bit processors as well as the 64bit AMD64 and Intel EM64T (Extended Memory 64 Technology) platforms.