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x86, i386, i686, amd64, i5, i7, archtecture, processor confusion [closed]

I noticed those items x86, i386, i686, amd64, i5, i7, archtecture, processor from the web, from my own notebook, from book readings. But I am really confused by those terminologies. I try my best ...
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What are EN, EP and EX platforms?

I keep hearing all these terms - EN, EP and EX level servers. What do these terms mean? What are they classifications of? How are they demarcated from one another? How are they different from the thin ...
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What virtualization software can emulate different architectures?

... like running a PPC or ARM system on x86 hardware. As far as I know: VMWare can't QEMU can KVM can because it uses QEMU Is this correct? What other solutions are there?