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PRIMERGY and Windows Server
The superior duo
With Microsoft’s Server Operating Systems you receive a resilient and at the same time flexible platform. Moreover, FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY help you to perform particularly well in every situation, ensuring optimal returns on investment and contributing towards environmental protection at the same time.
Microsoft presents solutions specifically tailored to the demands of enterprises. For its part, Fujitsu supplies powerful server technology tuned to these Microsoft solutions.
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Build your future with Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019, the latest Windows Server OS, is a much anticipated successor to the fastest-adopted, best-selling Windows Server 2016. Windows Server 2019 significantly enhances its functionalities in the four of the most important areas of modern cloud-driven computing.
Reach your full potential with Windows Server 2016 and Fujitsu
Combine the awesome power of Windows Server 2016 with PRIMERGY Server to stay agile and responsive in competitive markets, and be ready with excellent security for cloud-inspired business strategies.
Within today’s fast changing IT world, Windows Server 2012 R2 is designed to provide customers an “all-in-one” server and datacenter platform to optimize and manage daily business easier and more cost-effective.
Windows Server 2012 offers an dynamic, efficient platform for on-premise and cloud computing and is built for the future supporting today’s business needs.
Microsoft will end the support for Windows Server 2003 in July 14th 2015. This means no updates, no patches, no safe haven and no support. Now it’s time to act and to think about the opertunities.
Downgrade and down-edition rights are an end-user right that Microsoft offers to customers for certain Windows Server OEM or ROK products which meet the technical requirements for a Windows Server software downgrade. Downgrade rights are documented in the Microsoft Software License Terms that customers accept upon first running Windows Server software.