AMD and MS Collabortate on Windows Server 2008
AMD Collaborates With Microsoft on Windows Server 2008 to Deliver Industry Leading Solution to Customers
- Microsoft's New Operating System Paired with AMD Processors Provides a Solid Business Foundation with Better Investment Protection, Low Energy Usage and Unmatched Performance -
SUNNYVALE, Calif. - February 27, 2008 - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced it has worked closely with Microsoft throughout the Windows Server 2008 development process, to deliver the ultimate server solution. Through their strong partnership, both companies have optimized their respective hardware and software technologies to work together to address the demands of today's global digital economy and meet the computing requirements of businesses of all sizes.
AMD Opteron processors were designed with 64-bit computing in mind and in combination with Windows Server 2008 they deliver a powerful platform for running business solutions that can maximize productivity and profitability. Customers using AMD Opteron processors, including Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors, and Windows Server 2008 can experience unparalleled performance, energy efficiency and investment protection, further pushing virtualization, web serving, and business intelligence capabilities into the mainstream.
"We congratulate Microsoft on the release of the next generation Windows Server operating system," said Randy Allen, corporate vice president, Server and Workstation Division, AMD. "At AMD, we believe the ultimate server solution begins with the ultimate collaboration. Windows Server 2008 with Microsoft's hypervisor-based server virtualization technology (Hyper-V) will leverage the industry-leading performance of the AMD Opteron processor to deliver the level of support needed to fuel tomorrow's business innovation. Additionally, Microsoft and AMD's robust product architectures allow customers to scale with ease, while providing unmatched performance, a reduced overall cost of ownership and a flexible infrastructure that can evolve as their organization grows."