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Longhorn Server to Be Named Windows Server 2007

January 16th, 2007 by Patrick S

An unnamed Microsoft official just confirmed to ActiveWin.com that the new Windows server succeeding Windows Server 2003 will be named Windows Server 2007, now known in its beta form as Windows Server “Longhorn”. Windows Server 2007 is currently slated to be released in the second half of 2007, culminating a long beta process which began in early 2005. In addition, development has begun on the next series of MSCE certification tests geared for Windows Server 2007.

Zack: Here at MSBLOG, we can’t validate other articles on neighbouring websites. At the moment the final name of the next Windows Server product is purely speculation and cannot be confirmed as yet. We’ll just have to wait and see. The final name is expected to be revealed in March 2007.

Source: ActiveWin

Posted in Beta News, MS News, Windows Server System | 1 Comment »


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  1. Carpe Diem: Flaphead.com @ Home : Longhorn Server to Be Named Windows Server 2007 Says:

    […] I wonder how much the marketing people at Microsoft get paid to come up with inovative product names? Source: http://www.msblog.org/2007/01/16/longhorn-server-to-be-named-windows-server-2007/ […]