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1 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation Intel® is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. 1 Meeting the needs of enterprise computing – Move to 64bit August 15, 2014August 15, 2014August 15, 2014

2 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 2 Intel® Architecture Shift 8bit software appeared in the industry with the introduction of bit software appeared in the industry with the introduction of bit software transition happened with the introduction of 8086/88 processor 16bit software transition happened with the introduction of 8086/88 processor 32bit software transition began when Intel introduced processor 32bit software transition began when Intel introduced processor 64bit software transition accelerated with the introduction of Intel® Itanium® processor 64bit software transition accelerated with the introduction of Intel® Itanium® processor And with introduction of Intel® Xeon™ processor & Intel® EM64T, all processors for enterprise server and workstation market segments are 64- bit capable And with introduction of Intel® Xeon™ processor & Intel® EM64T, all processors for enterprise server and workstation market segments are 64- bit capable Circa Transition From 16bit To 32bit Transition From 16bit To 32bit Applications Took Over 10 Years

3 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 3 Broad Availability Of 64bit Processors For Enterprise Servers And Workstations HP & Intel® announce partnership to develop 64-bit processor in 1995 HP & Intel® announce partnership to develop 64-bit processor in 1995 –Now in volume shipment of 3 rd generation IPF platforms Intel shipping Xeon™ processor with Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel® EM64T) Intel shipping Xeon™ processor with Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel® EM64T) HP, Sun and IBM have 64-bit RISC processors HP, Sun and IBM have 64-bit RISC processors AMD supporting 64-bit addressability with their 32-bit processors AMD supporting 64-bit addressability with their 32-bit processors Intel, the volume leader, and all RISC vendors shipping 64-bit capable processors Intel, the volume leader, and all RISC vendors shipping 64-bit capable processors World Is Migrating To 64bit, Transitions Take A Long Time, What Should ISVs Do?

4 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 4 Transition Time to 64bit Gradual Transition through the end of this decade Gradual Transition through the end of this decade Linux available now, Windows in 1H’05 Linux available now, Windows in 1H’05 “Linux server operating systems, … stand a good chance of growing 64-bit deployments considerably faster than our expectations for Windows” -- Al Gillen & Jean Bozman, IDC Most tools need to be ported, work is underway (1-2 yr effort) Most tools need to be ported, work is underway (1-2 yr effort) ISVs need to understand the impact: Business and Technical ISVs need to understand the impact: Business and Technical bit Extensions Software Ecosystem OS/Tools/Driver Readiness Application/Solution Availability EU Deployment Linux MS Server Transition Is Underway – Do You Have A Plan? Product code names, dates and specifications are subject to change without notice

5 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 5 Migration To 64bit Starting Point – 32bit Applications Running on Intel® Xeon™ Processor If have not decided to port…. Ensure continued support with existing IA32 binaries as end- users migrate to 64bit solutions Ensure continued support with existing IA32 binaries as end- users migrate to 64bit solutions Get to market quickly Get to market quickly If you decided to port …. Pick the right architecture to port to Pick the right architecture to port to May end up supporting both to best serve customer requirements May end up supporting both to best serve customer requirements Intel® Xeon™ processor with Intel® EM64T Intel Itanium® 2 processor 1.Validate Existing 32bit Code On 64bit OS 2.Determine The Right Architecture For Your Software 1.Validate Existing 32bit Code On 64bit OS 2.Determine The Right Architecture For Your Software Validate IA32 binaries to run on 64bit OS Port and optimize to run on new 64 bit environment Step 1 Step 2

6 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 6 Which Is The Right Architecture? General Guidelines for Today Scale-out servers Scale-up MP servers Front-end Servers/WS Back-end Servers Mid Tier Intel Itanium® 2 processor Intel® Xeon™ processor Workstation applications (DCC, MCAD, EDA) HPC Energy, CAE, Life Sci. DB, ERP, BI, SCM Platform Deployment Solutions* SCM, CRM, App. Server, Collaboration e-Commerce, Portal, etc. *Some of the examples Integrate Business Drivers And Customer Demand Before You Pick The Architecture Size SMB or Department Large Enterprise Security, Management, Storage Infrastructure Software

7 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 7 Out Of Order Architecture with 64-bit addressability, Intel EM64T Out Of Order Architecture with 64-bit addressability, Intel EM64T Native 32 bit execution for both 32 & 64 bit OS – minimal effect on performance Native 32 bit execution for both 32 & 64 bit OS – minimal effect on performance –64bit addressability does not mean more performance Broadest IT workloads Broadest IT workloads 36bit for DP (64Giga byte) and 40bit for MP (1Tera bytes) addressability 36bit for DP (64Giga byte) and 40bit for MP (1Tera bytes) addressability High performance I/O (PCI- Express) and DDR2 memory High performance I/O (PCI- Express) and DDR2 memory “Explicitly parallel” EPIC architecture with 64 bit computing & addressability “Explicitly parallel” EPIC architecture with 64 bit computing & addressability Machine Check Architecture for systems level error detection Machine Check Architecture for systems level error detection IA32 execution environment with IA32-EL IA32 execution environment with IA32-EL –Suggest supporting secondary/ dependency applications –ARIES with HP-UX OS Challenging IT workloads, resulting in expanding revenue opportunity Challenging IT workloads, resulting in expanding revenue opportunity 50bit (1peta byte) addressability 50bit (1peta byte) addressability Technology Considerations Based On Your End Users’ Needs You May Support Both Environments Based On Your End Users’ Needs You May Support Both Environments Intel® Xeon™ processor Intel Itanium® 2 processor

8 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 8 Business Value Eco-system Broadest 32-bit S/W availability Broadest 32-bit S/W availability Eco-systems building out with Intel® EM64T Eco-systems building out with Intel® EM64T OEMs are ramping volume OEMs are ramping volume Eco-system in place, over 1800 Applications ported Eco-system in place, over 1800 Applications ported Multiple OEMs shipping in volume Multiple OEMs shipping in volume Choice Choice of multiple vendors and OS for front-end, Mid-tier and scale-out environment Choice of multiple vendors and OS for front-end, Mid-tier and scale-out environment Choice of multiple vendors and OS for back-end, mid tier and scale-up environment Choice of multiple vendors and OS for back-end, mid tier and scale-up environment Reliability & availability Server continues to run, but at lower frequency, when temperature rises Server continues to run, but at lower frequency, when temperature rises MemRAS – RAID, Sparing, EEC, demand and patrol scrubbing, hot plug, system survive complete failure MemRAS – RAID, Sparing, EEC, demand and patrol scrubbing, hot plug, system survive complete failure Reducing down time by disabling cache lines Reducing down time by disabling cache lines Machine Check Architecture Machine Check Architecture ECC across all major data structures ECC across all major data structures MemRAS supported via OEM chipset MemRAS supported via OEM chipset Scalability Large number of OEM offering servers with 1-32 processors Large number of OEM offering servers with 1-32 processors 8 OEMs shipping systems with processors 8 OEMs shipping systems with processors Performance Best Price/performance Best Price/performance New instructions for media and Graphics intense applications New instructions for media and Graphics intense applications Dual independent Bus to the processors Dual independent Bus to the processors Outstanding performance across all segments Outstanding performance across all segments Increase in performance dynamically based on application power consumption Increase in performance dynamically based on application power consumption Multi-threading capability Multi-threading capability Intel Itanium® 2 processor Intel® Xeon™ processor with Intel® EM64T

9 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 9 Itanium® 2 & Xeon™ Processor MP Comparison Characteristic Itanium ® 2 Xeon ™ MP Error recovery on data bus-ECC Internal soft error logic check 2005 Machine Check Architecture Bad data containment Cache Reliability 2005 Lockstep support Memory SDEC, retry double-bit Memory spares Partitioning node * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. Performance 1 * For Enterprise & Technical Computing Application Segments ‘04 ’07+ Moore’s Law +30%-50% in ‘04 +50%-100% in ’07+ Intel Xeon-Based Platforms Itanium Platforms Today: 30-50% higher performance 2007+: Up to 2x performance at same system price High-end “RISC”-level RAS ~2x Higher Scalability +125% +33% Reliability Scalability 1 Itanium’s EPIC Architecture: Highest Performance, Reliability, Scalability Itanium’s EPIC Architecture: Highest Performance, Reliability, Scalability K tpmC Product code names, dates and specifications are subject to change without notice 1 Data based on Intel projections

10 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 10 Intel's Developers' Resources Intel Software & Solutions Intel Solution Services ApplicationTuningCenters SoftwareEngineers Software College Early Access Program Tools for Developers Compilers Compilers Code Performance analysis Code Performance analysis Threading tools Threading tools X-architecture development X-architecture development Performance Library Performance Library Engineering Support on Porting and optimization Engineering Support on Porting and optimization Remote/On-location Remote/On-location Expert Instructors Expert Instructors Flexible Delivery Flexible Delivery EAP membership discount EAP membership discount Over 25 courses cover Over 25 courses cover Processors & Platforms Processors & Platforms Tools & Advanced Technologies Tools & Advanced Technologies Testing and benchmarking Testing and benchmarking Run by Intel, OEMs and SIs Run by Intel, OEMs and SIs Expertise in Intel Architecture & technologies Expertise in Intel Architecture & technologies Proof of concept Proof of concept Access to Software Development Environment Access to Software Development Environment Intel® & 3rd Party Development Tools Intel® & 3rd Party Development Tools Online Technical Resources Online Technical Resources Dedicated Account Representative Dedicated Account Representative Intel® Premier Support Intel® Premier Support Go-to-Market Program Go-to-Market Program Proof of concepts Proof of concepts Solution implementation Solution implementation Developers Port And Get To Market Quickly

11 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 11 Summary World is moving to 64bit World is moving to 64bit Intel’s server and workstation product lines are 64 bit capable Intel’s server and workstation product lines are 64 bit capable Selecting Intel Itanium® 2 or Xeon™ processor will largely depend on customer demand and the business drivers Selecting Intel Itanium® 2 or Xeon™ processor will largely depend on customer demand and the business drivers Once your end users’ needs are determined, move early to gain competitive advantage Once your end users’ needs are determined, move early to gain competitive advantage Intel can be a resource when you have decided to move to 64bit Intel can be a resource when you have decided to move to 64bit

12 Copyright © 2004 Intel corporation 12 Call to action Validate your IA32 application to run on 64bit environment now Validate your IA32 application to run on 64bit environment now Evaluate the need to port and optimize applications to run in 64bit native environment Evaluate the need to port and optimize applications to run in 64bit native environment If you have started porting effort to 64bit native environment, then you are ahead of the game If you have started porting effort to 64bit native environment, then you are ahead of the game

13 Enterprise Platforms Group 13 Intel-based Platforms Span Enterprise Mid-Tier (Enterprise) Front-End (Edge) High Performance Computing Intel ® Xeon™ processor Itanium ® 2 processor Back-End (Databases) Workstations Intel® Itanium® 2 processor Intel® Xeon™ processor Database ERP CRM SCM Mail/Calendar Web Server Gaming BI Workloads EDA/MCAD/DCC/CAE Price/performance Outstanding performance across multiple operation systems, vendors and solutions High dependability Intel ’ s highest reliability & availability features Scale-out & up Intel ’ s highest scalability - scale up & out Best for business critical enterprise data-tier, ERP, BI, HPC and RISC replacement Best for enterprise-class general purpose infrastructure apps CAE Life/Med Sci Finance Oil&Gas

14 Enterprise Platforms Group 14 Intel® Architecture Spans The Enterprise  Itanium ® architecture for business critical enterprise data-tier, ERP, BI, HPC apps and RISC replacement –Premier performance, reliability and scalability –Vendor and solutions choice across multiple OS  Intel ® Xeon ™ platform with Intel ® Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T) –Best for enterprise-class general purpose infrastructure apps –Intel is broadly enabling independent software and hardware vendors and end users  By mid 2005 the vast majority of workstation & server processors shipping from Intel will be 64-bit capable Intel provides architectural choice & flexibility for evolving 64-bit workstation & server computing * Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance.

15 Enterprise Platforms Group 15 Architecture of choice Current architecture or solutions Transition benefits * Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. RISC architecture e.g. Database, ERP, BI, HPC IA-32 architecture Outstanding performance with choice of OS and vendor today Extended memory capability when needed IA-32 architecture with 64 addressability Premier performance, reliability and scalability 64-bit architecture Intel provides architectural choice & flexibility for evolving 64-bit server computing

16 Enterprise Platforms Group 16 Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T)  Benefits of Intel® EM64T –Enables addressing of more than 4 GB of memory –Brings headroom to the Intel® Xeon™ processor family –Best for workstations and servers for general purpose infrastructure applications  Proactive industry enabling –Intel is broadly enabling independent software and hardware vendors and end-users –Over 3000 development systems shipped –Intel compilers and Intel VTune™ support Intel® EM64T –Beta now, production by August ’04  OS Support –Linux Kernel 2.6.x – Now –Windows XP Pro SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1 –Pre-release available now –Final version expected Q4’04 *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.


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