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High Performance Linux News for Sep 27, 2000

  • CNET New era dawns for Intel servers (Sep 27, 2000, 16:38)
    "One of those new components is Windows 2000 Datacenter, the first version of Windows that can run on systems with 32 processors. ... Intel, expanding from its tight alliance with Microsoft, also has been pushing Linux and IBM's AIX 5L, formerly known as by its project name, Monterey."

  • NYTimes: At Microsoft, Still Business According to Strategy and Plans (Sep 27, 2000, 14:35)
    "Microsoft's aggressive move into the market for large corporate computer systems, bringing it into even sharper competition with companies like I.B.M., Sun Microsystems and Oracle, is viewed as a significant transformation of the company by analysts, who said it would require a fundamental change in Microsoft's corporate culture as well."