LXer: Bang for the Buck: Entry Unix Servers Compete with Linux and Windows
Published at LXer:
It was only 15 years ago that Unix was first being commercialized, proprietary operating systems dominated the midrange of the server market, mainframes ruled the high end, and there was no such thing as an entry server, but rather a NetWare file system for file sharing and network printing. How the world has changed.
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