Supercomputer and general-purpose server maker Silicon Graphics has shed some light on its support for Microsoft's Windows Server on its "UltraViolet" Altix UV 1000 supercomputers. SGI president and CEO Mark Barrenechea first outted the company's Windows plans during a conference call with Wall Street analysts in early February …
Shame it couldn't run VMware tho.
Could have been one massive cumulonimbus then!
Windows on a super? VMware ESX?
Well, Windows is dead, who cares. If it ran VMware ESX then you might have something.
What I think you mean is: "I want Windows to be dead."
It's still the most insatlled Server OS in the world, it's very far from dead. If anything is dieing out at the moment, it seems to be "Big Unix" as it's being replaced by Linux left right and centre.
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