Your Guide to the Latest Windows Server Product Information
So what to make of all this? I like to step back from the speeds & feeds and look at the broader picture. First, we know that there is merit to at least some of the hype and excitement around this new platform—in other words, it does what it’s supposed to do: improve performance and scalability and support both 32- and 64-bit apps. Second, we know that leading vendors are getting behind it early, and that bodes well for customers—the more vendors offering x64 solutions, the better the choices, the broader the knowledge and expertise, etc. Third, we know that Pedro Martinez walked 37 batters after pitching 213.1 innings in 1999, which means…oh wait…never mind, I was thinking of something else.
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