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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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RALUS for Backup Exec provides high-performance, network-wide data protection and recovery for 32 and 64-bit remote Linux and UNIX servers, including support for Intel Xeon EMT64, Intel Pentium EMT64, AMD Athlon, and AMD Opteron processors.
Built around the latest Intel-based 64-bit multi-core processors featuring EMT64 and PCI-Xpress bus architecture, the fully upgradeable, configurable and modularly-designed Darwin MediaTOP brings unmatched world-class 64-bit processing capabilities to a centralized computer machine that acts as a user's main electronic PC hub, with connectivity of up to eight displays out-of-the-box, HDTV Tuner, audio/ video streaming center, DVD/HD-DVD/Blue-Ray player & recorder, TIVO/DirectTV/Dish Network PVR, direct-to-cell-phones administrative messaging and multimedia data distribution, full audio/video digital processing, multi-channel amplification/distribution and more.
OpenRT is available on several processor architectures with Linux, including the 32-bit Intel(R) Architecture, AMD Opteron(TM), Intel(R) Xeon(TM) EMT64, and Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2.
Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the market leader in Europe and has established itself as the standard in operating systems for many hardware platforms including Itanium, x86 and EMT64 from Intel, IBM zSeries, AMD64, and the IBM Power CPUs.
The Open Inventor from Mercury Cluster Edition and VolumeViz LDM are available on Linux systems, including AMD Opteron64, and Intel Xeon EMT64.
10037) for AMD64 and EMT64 platforms-Beta, and 64-bit SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 9.
Furthering our solutions on high-performance and low-cost hardware configurations, ANSYS Workbench now is supported on Windows XP 64-bit for AMD and EMT64 chipsets.
Intel's EMT64 technology allows 32- bit applications to emulate 64-bit instructions and memory access, thereby also supporting legacy applications.