A Map to 64-Bit Mobile Computing: Next-Gen Intel Processing
Though 64-bit technology isn't exactly new—it's been evolving continuously since the release of the 4-bit in 1971—this is the first time a mobile device has had the capacity to run 64-bit architecture. That means more computing power, faster performance, and smoother multitasking; for data-intensive or computationally demanding applications, the architecture will make a world of difference. This helpful guide to 64-bit processing walks you through the origin and history of 64-bit, what it means in terms of impact on current mobile technology, and what you'll need to do to properly implement within your own organization. To realize the full potential of a 64-bit platform, a mature ecosystem is required—one that can develop operating systems and apps that are written to take advantage of more memory. Intel has led evolutions in personal computing from the beginning, so a mature ecosystem already surrounds Intel® processors. This means that optimized 64-bit mobile solutions powered by Intel processors will be ready when you are.
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