x86-based system

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x86-based system

A computer system that is based on Intel's x86 family of CPUs, which includes Intel's Core and Pentium lines and AMD's Athlon, Opteron and Sempron families. See x86 and x86 compatible.
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A compact form factor with pre-certified wireless connectivity make it a powerful choice for new applications as well a potential replacement for x86 based solutions.
Lanner's FW-7551 is an Intel x86 based desktop appliance, empowered by Intel Atom CPU C2000 SoC up to 8-core and 8GB 1333/1600 DDR3 memory.
The system was designed to meet user demand for very large memory hardware solutions running a standard single image Linux OS on commodity x86 based servers.
The announcement was accompanied by technical demonstrations by Microsoft executives Steven Sinofsky (President, Windows and Windows Live Division) and Mike Angiulo (Corporate Vice President, Windows Planning, Hardware and PC Ecosystem) of a hybrid version of Windows (retaining Win 7's interface, but showing wide support for both ARM and x86 based SoC architectures) across various platforms.
The workstation delivers the best price/performance ratios available in an X86 based platform for the demanding requirements of digital content creation, mechanical and electrical design, financial analysis, 3-D modeling, imagery and engineering applications such as oil & gas, EDA, scientific visualization and CFD.
Lanner Electronics, a technology company that delivers X86 based core solutions since 1986, and Sensory Networks, a leading provider of hardware acceleration for network security applications, have formed a partnership that gives OEM customers, such as network security application developers and appliance vendors, hardware acceleration support on selected Lanner appliances.
Compatible with a wide range of the industry protocols, including Citrix, VMware, Microsoft RDP, Virtual Bridges Spice/Verde and Quest vWorkspace, VXL's GioPC Edition repurposing software is designed to run on X86 based PC's and supports Intel, AMD and VIA processors .
According to the company, HLRS is to establish a testing system with NEC's SX-9 vector supercomputer and x86 based clustering system.