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Timothy Prickett Morgan is president of Guild Companies and editor in chief of their IT Jungle publications. He's been keeping a keen eye on the midrange system and server markets for 15 years and was one of the founding editors of The Four Hundred, the industry's first subscription based newsletter devoted to the IBM AS/400.
For his 16 December 2008 article for The Register he sums up what's happened in 2008 and what the industry can look forward to in 2009.
Through this seven page report Morgan touches on Unix, Linux, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows Longhorn, Windows Server 2003, Windows .NET Server 2003, Windows XP, WinFS, Hyper-V, System/38, AS/400, OS/2, Vista SP1, Vista SP2, Red Hat, Novell, Canonical, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Xen, KVM, Fedora, Open Enterprise Server SP2, openSUSE, Intrepid Ibex, ESX Server, XenServer, Jaunty Jackalope, AIX, HP-UX, Power6, PowerVM, AltiVec, AIX 6.1 Enterprise Edition, Solaris, HP-UX 11i v3, Tukwila, OpenSolaris, Sparc, z/OS, VSE, VM, i5/OS, i 6.1, OpenVMS, NonStop, Windows 7 - and even Sun's amazing file system ZFS.
One company and their products are conspicuously absent.
The Register: The Year in Operating Systems