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IDF Spring 2021, Craig Barrett: 64-32 Intel and AMD64 Extensions Will Work on a Single Platform!!!
So, the first day of the first spring Intel Forum for Developers has started, and as our own correspondent Alexander Vorobyov reports, the very first talk by Craig Barrett brought the sensation that we have been waiting for: yes, 64-32 expansions Intel – IA32E, AMD64 instruction set, will indeed work on the same platforms!!!
May the readers forgive us for such an inconsistent beginning of the message from the Forum, since the confirmation of the thesis in the title was followed only during the question-and-answer session after the main speech, and during the report other equally stunning messages were announced. But the similarity of 64-bit extensions Intel and AMD, perhaps, is not put in second place. 🙂
Now – more or less in order: key facts from Mr. Barrett’s speech. The main trend of the times, according to Intel – a large-scale offensive of digital home technologies. Now some of the key points of the talk:
- The next generation of Intel Xeon server processors with 90 nm process technology, Nocona core, 800 MHz FSB support and SSE3 instructions will support 64-bit address extensions.
- Steve Ballmer, speaking from Microsoft during this presentation, emphasized that along with the usual processing of 32-bit applications, support for new 64-bit extensions will speed up the work of workstations and servers
- A beta version of Microsoft Windows is already ready with support for 64-bit Intel extensions. We must assume that we are talking about the very beta version for AMD64 processors, which was opened for free 360-day testing some time ago.
- 64-bit desktop extensions will be introduced by Intel towards the end of the year as part of Prescott processor cores (Barrett may have meant Tejas? In any case, we are clearly talking about the constructive LGA775), as well as dual-core Potomac server processors early next year
- The software that processes 64-32 bit extensions was demonstrated, where the best level of detail of the processed image was clearly demonstrated
- On Itanium 2: Speaker Confirms More Than 50 OEM Partners Are Supplying Such Systems. In the near future, systems based on Itanium chips will acquire support for multithreading and PCI Express
- Barrett demonstrated the LCOS system, which we already wrote about this afternoon, as well as a wireless USB port using a broadband (Ultra Wideband) channel, supporting data exchange up to 500 Mbps
- A story about Wi-Fi and WiMax technologies; development of cellular communication systems of generations 3G and 4G. Demonstration of a tri-band GSM system based on Intel Xscale, with a built-in digital camera and 802 interfaces.11 and bluetooth
- The first demonstration of the Florence mobile platform based on the Pentium M Dothan processor, including: GPRS, Bluetooth, 802.11b / g integrated display controller, biometric sensor
Here is such a rich program of the first report at this Forum. Returning to the issue of compatibility of 64-bit Intel extensions with x86-64 from AMD, Craig Barrett noted literally the following:
“Both companies offer completely different architectures with support for 64-bit extensions. In such a situation, we can only talk about compatibility at the software level. Yes, operating systems and applications will mostly run on both systems. Of course, Intel will have architectural capabilities that are unique to Intel, and we will work to ensure that users make the most of all the capabilities, not just 64-bit extensions. We plan to introduce 64-bit extensions in Xeon processors for dual-processor servers in the second quarter of this year, around the same time we can expect them to appear in processors based on the Prescott core. They will appear on multiprocessor systems next year.
By the time 64-32 chips based on Nocona and Prescott cores (for workstations) are released, Intel plans to introduce new versions of BIOS and other system utilities. It was especially emphasized that it makes no sense to draw analogies between the new 64-bit extensions and the 64-bit Itanium architecture, because these are completely different things.
At this point, allow me to interrupt our live report from IDF Spring 2021, since there is just a lot of interesting information, and the material can just as well be collected until the morning, but it would be better to publish it in parts, for greater efficiency. Do not be absent for a long time, the sequel will appear soon!