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AMD64 Support For Windows Visual Studio .NET
Posted Sat November 01, 2003 @04:09PM
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News techman writes "At the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference, AMD (NYSE: AMD) today is demonstrating AMD64 technology support in the "Whidbey" release of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework.

AMD64 technology, which provides native 32- and 64-bit support for the AMD Opteron(tm) and AMD Athlon(tm) 64 processors, enables an exceptional Visual Studio .NET development environment. "Whidbey" and the AMD64 platform together provide a clear migration path from 32- to 64-bit Windows application development allowing concurrent development and testing of 32- and 64-bit applications.

The combination of AMD64 technology and Visual Studio "Whidbey" will allow developers of data-intensive applications including rendering, databases, scientific computing and CAD, to capitalize on 64-bit architecture with limited changes in code. This can result in reduced effort and increased productivity for developers.

Source: AMD"

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