Article: Wolves in CISC Clothing
By: José Javier Zarate (, January 7, 2004 4:44 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
Only two comments:

On Transmeta
I seem to recall that when Transmeta started announcing its processor they suggested the possibility of having an "universal processor" and that they would develop different CMSs as needed-demanded by the market. But Mr. DeMone seems to state the opposite in the last paragraph of the fourth page of his article.

About IA-32EL:

I read an article about HP's Dynamo, very similar internal working only for PA-RISC/HP-UX native programs. It appeared to me that Dynamo was much more aggressive when marking a block as "Hot". Also I ask myself if IA-64 could benefit from an EL devoted to its native programs.

It would be very nice if any publically available documents on IA-32 EL were posted.

Dean Kent ( on 1/5/04 wrote:
>Paul has written a new article that covers three different forms of x86 emulation,
>Alpha’s FX!32, Transmeta’s code morphing software, and the IA32 Execution Layer
>for Itanium. The article can be found here:
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