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Wot, No ARM 64-Bit?

 
 
Lawrence D'Oliveiro
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      08-28-2010
Not sure what the point of virtualization is, since that was mainly being
used to consolidate the proliferation of Windows servers, and ARM doesn’t
run Windows
<http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2010/08/arm-virtualization-tech-adds-more-fuel-to-server-fire.ars>.

Oh well, it’s probably a marketing thing.

I think it would be far more useful for them to concentrate on taking the
architecture to 64-bit. Already the 4GiB address space is becoming
constraining for servers.
 
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