Yeah it seems as Xserve and Xsan are hot items on Apples back end - we normally see or hear about the front end stuff thats found at the Apple store.<br><br>The back end is a whole other creature.<br>Colleges are creating super cluster computers<br>Life scientist "DNA and yadas are migrating to Apple/Unix<br><br>Now hopefully Live Broadcasting.<br><br>
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