Yes, it's true. The next version of Windows will run on low-power ARM chips, some of which will be made by Intel -- and many of which won't. Mary Jo Foley, as always, has more details.
Posted by Lee Pender on January 06, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that certified Secured-core server hardware products are now available for running Azure Stack HCI and Windows Server 2022 software implementations.
Whatever the metaverse turns out to be, Microsoft's current rhetoric indicates that it plans to share it with its partners.
Microsoft is planning to implement its New Commerce Experience subscription model with its CSP partners, which will hike prices 20 percent for monthly subscriptions.
Microsoft has upped its service-level agreement (SLA) assurances for Teams phones to 99.99 percent (up from 99.9 percent) for three services, namely Microsoft Teams Calling Plans, Phone System and PSTN Audio Conferencing, per a Dec. 2 announcement.
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