June 1, 2003
The Windows Server 2003 is an integrated server platform designed to improve IT efficiency, boost user productivity and enable better performing applications to be built more quickly than in the past.
Windows 2003 users can power .Net-connected applications, networks and Web services–from the workgroup to the data center level–while deriving more value from their existing IT investments and lowering overall computing costs. Windows Server 2003 is the first Windows server release to support Intel Itanium 64-bit systems. Results of early Windows Server 2003 deployments indicate that users can run their server infrastructures up to 30 percent more efficiently than with Windows NT 4.0.
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