From Infoworld: "Calling the demise of Unix in the data center a "when, not if" scenario, Pete
Samson, vice president and general manager of technological development at
Unisys, said Microsoft and Avanade -- a new company created by
Accenture, formally Anderson Consulting -- have been working on Windows
data center technology for almost a year. The products, scheduled to begin
appearing by year's end, will run on the Unisys ES-7000, the only server
currently available that can run Windows on 32-way Intel-based architecture."
February 8, 2001