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The processor at the heart of the Power Mac G5 has a "superscalar, superpipelined" execution core that can handle up to 216 in-flight instructions, and uses a 128-bit, 162-instruction SIMD unit (Alti Vec).All modern 32-bit x86 processors since the Pentium Pro have the Physical Address Extension (PAE) feature, which permits them to use a 36-bit physical memory address to address a maximum of 2 bytes (16 exabytes) of virtual memory.It was also the first desktop computer from Apple to use an anodized aluminum alloy enclosure, and one of only two computers in Apple's lineup to utilize the Power PC 970 CPU, the other being the i Mac G5.Three generations of Power Mac G5 were released before it was discontinued as part of Apple's transition to Intel processors, making way for its replacement, the Mac Pro.The DPLA Metadata Application Profile (MAP) is the basis for how metadata is structured and validated in DPLA, and guides how metadata is stored, serialized, and made available through our API in JSON-LD.The MAP was originally developed in 2012 and has been updated occasionally since.At the Power Mac G5's introduction, Apple announced a partnership with IBM in which IBM would continue to produce Power PC variants of their POWER processors. IBM invested over billion US dollars in a new lab to produce these large, 300 mm wafers." This lab was a completely automated facility located in East Fishkill, New York, and figured heavily in IBM's larger microelectronics strategy.The original Power PC 970 had 50 million transistors and was manufactured using IBM CMOS 9S at 130 nm fabrication process.
The Power Mac G5 is a series of personal computers designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. When introduced, it was the most powerful computer in Apple's Macintosh lineup, and was marketed by the company as the world's first 64-bit desktop computer.
To that same end, the DPLA believes this policy is in accord with the letter and spirit of United States copyright law and would be fully respected in a court of law.
The DPLA hopes that the content and resources in the library will be put to creative uses that educate, inform, and empower current and future generations.
The DPLA, for this purpose, has undertaken the task of ingesting, indexing, enriching, and making available descriptive metadata and wishes to make such metadata widely available for reuse.
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Apple refers to the dual-core Power PC 970MP processors as either the "G5 Dual" (for single-socket, dual-core configurations), or Power Mac G5 Quad (for dual-socket, four-core configurations).