Microsoft Releases Computational Cluster Technical Preview Toolkit
wasshub at ti.com
Wed Feb 14 06:06:18 PST 2001
Matt Links wrote:
> from http://www.microsoft.com/WINDOWS2000/hpc/indstand.asp
> "Until recently, most clustered computers ran UNIX or proprietary
> operating systems on proprietary hardware. Microsoft changed all
> that with Windows® 2000, the de facto industry-standard operating
> system. Now anyone with massive computing needs can create
> clusters using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) PCs and a shrink-wrapped
> version of Windows 2000. "
> I don't know about the rest of you but this makes me laugh.
It makes me very angry!! Because it is clearly a lie! Isn't there
a Better Business Bureau or somewhere to complain about? This is
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