The most significant event is the appearance of two 64-bit processors (Intel and AMD) with different structures.
In 2001, 64-bit processors still did not affect the market for processors and operating systems. 32-bit architecture will remain predominant. Continue reading
Celeron is finally moving to the 100 MHz system bus. On January 3, the first CPU of this lineup came out – the 800-MHz version (multiplication factor – 8x). In May, we should wait for the second – Celeron 850, and in August for the third – Celeron 900. In September-October, Intel intends to take the 1 GHz line for cheap processors and hopes to start mass production of the Celeron model with a frequency of 1 GHz (multiplication factor – 10x) . Continue reading
In the mid-90s of the last century, more than fifty leading world manufacturers of electronic equipment, joining forces, (!) Developed and adopted a new affordable digital video recording format with 5: 1 compression on magnetic tape. They called this format – DV (Digital Video). The revolution that the “video Bolsheviks” could not even dream of has come true! Continue reading