"In the latest industry embrace of open-source advocates,
Hewlett-Packard and Intel on Tuesday released a free IA-64
developers kit that allows the Linux community to develop, test,
debug, and run IA-64 applications for Intel's upcoming Itanium
processor-based servers and workstations."
"The Itanium-based systems will support Linux and other
operating systems, according to Mike Balma, director of marketing
for HP's open-source and Linux operations."
"Available through either the HP or Intel Web site, the new
development kit will enable developers to use current IA-32 systems
to emulate a 64-bit Linux environment running on Intel Itanium
processor systems, Balma said."
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