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Hi James

Correct in the mainframe / large server arena of the two systems you mentioned, but between AMD and Intel (desktop / local server) of which the majority of users know, AMD was the first, and the Itanium was factually only in 2004, as I stated with AMD in 2003. You can Google it for factualness, from AMD/Intel archives, techblogs, Wikipedia etc. Intel had the concept for 64bit, IA64, as far back as 1999, but did not get to market with it before AMD.


Andrew Brown

On 28/07/2013 02:23 PM, James Knott wrote:
James Knott wrote:
Actually, I believe both the PowerPC and DEC Alpha were earlier.

I think the Intel Itanium also predated the AMD.

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