As Microsoft Rolls Out Windows for Clusters, Early Adopters Begin Porting Bfx Apps to New Platform | GenomeWeb

Next week, Microsoft will begin offering evaluation versions of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 — the first version of the Windows operating system designed specifically for high-performance computing.

The product, which has just been released to OEM manufacturers and is expected to be generally available in August, signals the software giant's official entry into the high-performance computing market — and another step in an ongoing strategy to court the bioinformatics sector.

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