Intel moves to single architecture for 32-, 64-bit MPUs
Thursday September 09 2004 @ 06:58AM EDT

EETimes: SAN FRANCISCO — During the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) on Tuesday (Sept. 7), Intel Corp. outlined its processor roadmap, including a plan to merge or develop a single architecture for its separate 32- and 64-bit lines.

Over time, Intel is expected to integrate its separate 32-bit Xeon and 64-bit Itanium processor lines into what the company calls a "common platform architecture."

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