Win 2000 Datacenter aims to dethrone Unix

Fontana, John
September 2000
Network World;09/18/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on Microsoft Corp.'s September 2000 release of its Windows 2000 Datacenter operating system. Competition with Unix and minicomputer systems that run mission-critical enterprise applications; Targeting of high-end databases, server consolidations and hosting environments; Availability of Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter only from original equipment manufacturers (OEM).


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