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Do Microsoft's Server Moves Indicate a Shift to the Cloud?

By eWEEK Staff  |  Posted 2010-04-07 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Microsoft has discontinued support for Intel's high-end Itanium processor while at the same time it has said it will end development on its Essential Business Server. The moves have led some to speculate that the company may be putting more emphasis on cloud-based businesses.

Microsoft’s recent decision to end support for Intel’s Itanium chip in its server architecture, along with the elimination of its Essential Business Server (EBS) development, suggests that the company is trying to reposition to take advantage of several developing business IT trends, including virtualization and cloud computing. That paradigm shift is also mirrored on the consumer side, where at least one analyst has seen the recent wave of products as evidence that Microsoft is trying to retake ground lost over the past couple of years to Google and other companies.

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