"One of the first battlegrounds facing Microsoft's Windows
Server 2003 after its April 24 launch is the hotly contested world
of mid-range servers.
"Staring down the software giant is Unix and Linux, which have
to date remained the most popular mid-range server operating
"But with the promise of more powerful Itanium processors on the
horizon and companies such as IBM and Hewlett-Packard expected to
deliver eight-way 64-bit systems, Microsoft has an opportunity to
strengthen its standing in the enterprise..."
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