"The Linux community was left stunned when Windows Server
software outsold Linux in the server market. Gartner, Inc. recently
reported that sales of Windows systems accounted for nearly 37
percent of all server revenue in the last quarter while Linux
accounted for 31.7 percent. Windows has a 5+ percent lead over
Linux, which should be the cause for celebration at Microsoft.
"Is this the downfall or, as they say, the beginning of the end
of Linux? Most definitely not. Before the folks at Redmond rejoice
too much, there are some things they need to consider..."
"No, Unix is not yet dead, but it appears that Windows has
finally caught up to Unix in the server market. In spite of the
complete and utter lack of surprise of any informed audience over
the fact that the Windows plot and the Unix plot have finally
crossed on the sales chart, Varun Dubey opened his fantasy tale
with "The Linux community was left stunned when Windows Server
software outsold Linux in the server market."
"The CoolTechZone report is so wrong on so many levels it is
hard to know where to begin..."