Fanklins, Ron
October 2005
Mix;Oct2005, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p78
Features the development of 64-bit central processing unit (CPU) processors for personal computers and 64-bit operating systems for processing digital audio signals. Benefits on having a 64-bit operating systems on addressing memory space; Competition between offers by general-purpose CPU processor makers Intel Inc. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc.; Advantages of the 64-bit architecture use by Yamaha Corp. for audio technology developments.


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