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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 24, 2022

Make IBM MQ for Windows on ARM available

Can someone port IBM MQ for Windows x64 Server and Client to Windows ARM? And make it available as a developer release.

Idea priority High
  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Feb 1, 2022

    While an interesting suggestion, this is not something we would expect to prioritise unless/until the platform gets more traction. Especially given the historic track record of Windows support for non-intel systems. For now, this idea is being declined.

  • Admin
    Mark Taylor
    Feb 1, 2022

    re previous comment: This would have no relevance for activities for M1 MacOS support. Completely different platform.

  • Guest
    Jan 25, 2022

    This effort may help to make an Apple Silicon (also ARM-based) release available as well for developers.