Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise X64 Edition 25 Cal Retail Box
- Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
- Manufacturer Part Number P72-00981
- Manufacturer Website Address http://www.microsoft.com
- Brand Name Microsoft
- Product Type Operating System
- Software Name Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition 64-bit
- Platform Supported PC
- License Pricing Standard
- License Quantity 1 Server
- License Quantity 25 Client
- Distribution Media/Method CD-ROM
- Enterprise capabilities:
- Get all the functionality you expect from a server operating system, including multiprocessor and 64-bit support, clustering, and other improvements.
- Scale from single-processor systems to 128-way systems.
- Eliminate common causes of reboots and outages, helping you realize significant cost savings through less planned and unplanned downtime.
- Experience the added value of a global network of Windows Server independent software vendors, certified engineers, and third-party solution providers.
- Connect your intranets, extranets, and the Web with optimized support for XML and .NET. Easily develop, distribute, and host XML Web services.
- 733 MHz for Itanium-based PCs
- 128 MB RAM
- 64 GB (maximum)
- 2 GB
- VGA or hardware that supports console redirection
- Some Internet functionality may require Internet access and a .NET Passport account
- Network adapter appropriate for the type of home network to which you wish to connect, and access to an appropriate network infrastructure
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition for 64-bit Itanium-based Systems - 1 server, 25 clients
This white paper examines the benefits of x64 architecture running on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions and Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. These benefits include a larger virtual memory-address space, support for larger physical RAM, improved performance and reliability, enhanced security, and an unprecedented level of compatibility. With the release of the x64 Editions of Windows, 64-bit computing is poised to become the mainstream of personal and corporate computing
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