I suppose with the XServe - if you need more oomph for things such as DNA modeling or rendering, you can bust out an Xgrid cluster?
Apple has announced that it is delivering Intel's quad-core Xeon 5500 "Nehalem EP" processors in its Xserve server lineup starting today. Apple jumped the gun on the Xeon 5500 launch by a few weeks, saying in early March it would add Nehalem EPs to the two-socket Mac Pro high-end PCs. That Apple is making a two-socket Xserve …
Just a thought... clearly demonstrating a lack of knowledge and direct experience with the Server/OS... just see the base footprint and memory usage of an install of Snow Leopard vs Server 2008.
Ease of install, configuration, stability etc.. it's not all rumours you know.
Or are you scared that maybe your job would become no longer necessary so have to continually slate the Apple products for fear of someone finding out about them?
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