Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Aug 2007 23:11 UTC
Windows Microsoft has delayed the upcoming release of Windows Server 2008. "Windows Server 2008, which we have been saying would Release to Manufacturing by the end of the calendar year, is now slated to RTM in the first quarter of calendar year 2008. Why? Well, as you know, Microsoft's first priority is to deliver a great product to our customers and partners, and while we're very happy with the feedback we're getting and the overall quality of the latest product builds, we would rather spend a little more time to meet the high quality bar that our customers and partners deserve and expect."
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by Bink on Thu 30th Aug 2007 00:04 UTC
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I guess if Windows Server 2008 is pushed back to March 2008, and Viridian will ship 180 days after that, we have another year before Microsoft’s virtualization product actually becomes useful. Oh well, more for VMware I guess—I’m glad I bought their stock.

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