RHEL 7 for 64-bit ARM servers in progress.

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With RHEL7, RedHat decided to stop any 32-bit version of its distribution.
Anticipating the market evolution, the company is now working on a 64-bit ARM architecture called AArch64.
Yesterday, Jon Masters, RedHat ARM architect, gave a conference showing a demo of RHEL7 running on a 64-bit ARM server. This distribution should be released before the end of the year.

Source: Richard W.M. Jones’ blog.

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