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|Hi Kiralexis! Women around the world who edit and contribute to Wikipedia are coming together to celebrate each other's work, support one another, and engage new women to also join in on the empowering experience of shaping the sum of all the world's knowledge - through the WikiWomen's Collaborative.
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Windows NT platform support
I had a question about this edit that you made in Microsoft Windows article, though I hope I am not bothering you unnecessarily. Why do you think the fact that for twelve years, Windows NT did not support any platform beside x86 is not worth mentioning?
- Because it isn't accurate. Every major NT release has supported at least one non-x86 platform - Windows 2000 through 2008 R2 supported the Intel/HP Itanium processor. Kiralexis (talk) 22:54, 7 March 2013 (UTC)
- Yes. Itanium is a totally different ISA loosely derived from HP's previous PA-RISC, and is totally distinct from x86. The Itanium article already goes into significant detail on this, as does the Itanium Software Developer's Manual (http://www.intel.com/design/itanium/manuals/iiasdmanual.htm). There's limited compatibility with 32-bit x86 programs using a software emulator, just like there was with Windows on Alpha. (Note: I'm also a professional Itanium programmer.) Kiralexis (talk) 00:14, 8 March 2013 (UTC)
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- Terabyte|TB]] of memory. A single CPU makes up a node, and the system can scale to 512 nodes. <ref>[http://de.nec.com/de_DE/en/documents/SX-ACE-brochure.pdf SX-ACE Brochure</ref>