Since we are working hard and therefore – NO TIME – I just want to inform you:
“we were noticed that the INTERNET WORLD Business newspaper has nominated SONES as one of the most important (german) start-ups. As a reader of this newspaper you can vote for SONES till 30. September 2008. The winners of the contest will receive an Onlinestar during the INTERNET WORLD Congress in Munich in October.”
Source 1: http://www.pressebox.de/pressemeldungen/neue-medien-ulm-holding-gmbh/boxid-191947.html
Source 2: http://blog.ahzf.de/index.php/2008/07/22/internet-world-business-nominates-sones/
The answer is: 2 Terabyte.
“You can see physical memory support licensing differentiation across the server SKUs for all versions of Windows. For example, the 32-bit version of Windows Server 2008 Standard supports only 4GB, while the 32-bit Windows Server 2008 Datacenter supports 64GB. Likewise, the 64-bit Windows Server 2008 Standard supports 32GB and the 64-bit Windows Server 2008 Datacenter can handle a whopping 2TB. There aren’t many 2TB systems out there, but the Windows Server Performance Team knows of a couple, including one they had in their lab at one point. Here’s a screenshot of Task Manager running on that system:”
P.S.: Thx boonkerz.