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Old 16-04-07, 11:59 AM
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Microsoft Delays Virtual Server Release

Microsoft has officially confirmed that the first public beta of Windows Server virtualization - code-named Viridian, has been delayed until the second half of 2007.

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Old 16-04-07, 06:39 PM
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64 processors is a smokescreen.
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Old 16-04-07, 07:59 PM
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Who in the world has 64 processors?
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Old 16-04-07, 08:46 PM
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Why would you be against more support, 8x4 is 32 already, when 8 core cpus come out that will be 64 right there.
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The thing that I fail to understand is that if u "invented" a way of running any type of OS, starting with 1, then 2, then 16, then 32 - how on earth does it delay u to years later move to 64 ?

I`d say it`s a smokescreen for problems they`re really having or other reasons.

I thought I`d heard of a 128 processor system somewhere, I must`ve been mistaken. That was a whole while ago, prehaps the company no longer exists and we`re now catching them up - that`d be the reality of progress today.

Are they talking cores or processors or combining the liking.

64 delaying u is nonsense.
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Old 16-04-07, 09:11 PM
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The thing that I fail to understand is that if u "invented" a way of running any type of OS, starting with 1, then 2, then 16, then 32 - how on earth does it delay u to years later move to 64 ?

I`d say it`s a smokescreen for problems they`re really having or other reasons.

I thought I`d heard of a 128 processor system somewhere, I must`ve been mistaken. That was a whole while ago, prehaps the company no longer exists and we`re now catching them up - that`d be the reality of progress today.

Are they talking cores or processors or combining the liking.

64 delaying u is nonsense.
they may be pushing some limits of some sort. Sort of like moores law.
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Old 16-04-07, 10:02 PM
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they may be pushing some limits of some sort. Sort of like moores law.
I would like to hope so, but in reality I doubt it. I`m thinking of a bug they`ve neglected and found they have to now fix.
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