Microsoft plans to ship 32-bit, x64 and Itanium versions of its Longhorn server operating system, company executives said yesterday.
Microsoft had earlier committed to shipping both 32-bit and x64 versions of the Longhorn client but had not shared a full list of hardware platforms it would support with the server version of the operating system, due in 2007. Last week, Windows chief Jim Allchin said a final decision had not been made on a 32-bit version of the server.
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