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Leaked Compaq Q&A, 25/8/99 from The Register: Compaq will end 32-bit Windows NT Alpha systems development with V4 SP6, late in 1999, and will not support either 32 or 64-bit Windows 2000 on Alpha systems Compaq double-page ad, in Computing, 9/9/99: Compaq's Alpha 64-bit servers have captivated the most eligible software companies in the world. Oracle developed its 64-bit version of 8i on the Tru64 Unix Alpha platform. Meanwhile Microsoft is testing their Windows 2000 on Alpha and it's expected to be the first 64-bit version they release. With partners like these, Compaq's Alpha 64-bit servers aren't just producing the next generation of software - they promise to be the future of computing. And it isn't too late for you to get involved with us. Oops... ®

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