Everything above kilo (1,000) is expressed with a capital letter so Mb and Gb; mb is millibytes (one thousandth of a byte) - Guardian correction
And it appears that SuSE, perhaps more famous for its Linux work, but also a close AMD X86-64 teamster, is helping SAP port its R/3 database.
SAP DB already runs on 64-bit Unix operating systems and it is also porting R/3 for Intel's Itanic IA-64.
The evidence for the latest AMD move, which gives its 64-bit "Opteron" chips more credibility in the corporate space, comes on a number of message boards used by programmers.
One says SAP packages are or will be available for IA-64, X86-64 (AMD Hammer), and the ix86. µ
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