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Windows Home Server: It's for System Builders Too

You may recall that Microsoft had been hinting that there might be more editions of Windows Home Server than just the original one. The hint came even while the original version was going out to major OEMs to develop mass-market, horizontally focused, complete hardware/software systems.

Now the notion of more to come has got legs. Bill Gates made it official today with the announcement of a version of WHS for the system builder channel. The company is hoping its thousands of system builders can create customized versions of WHS to fit every conceivable need.

Posted by Scott Bekker on May 15, 2007


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