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http://sanjose.bizjournals.com/sanjo...27/story5.html



doesnt anyone find this interesting? what would apple need with a tier IV center complex? hmmm. must have a lot of data that needs to be stored/ served. funny how it was originally for another telecom (MCI) ...wonder if AT&T might be in on the deal. maybe iTV will be much bigger than the 'hobby' Jobs called it. maybe a transformation of entertainment to the living room....

as well, he straight out stated that the so far underwhelming .Mac service is being overhauled. these things create interesting possibilities.

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    slewisslewis Posts: 2,080member
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    http://sanjose.bizjournals.com/sanjo...27/story5.html



    doesnt anyone find this interesting? what would apple need with a tier IV center complex? hmmm. must have a lot of data that needs to be stored/ served. funny how it was originally for another telecom (MCI) ...wonder if AT&T might be in on the deal. maybe iTV will be much bigger than the 'hobby' Jobs called it. maybe a transformation of entertainment to the living room....

    as well, he straight out stated that the so far underwhelming .Mac service is being overhauled. these things create interesting possibilities.



    Well let's see.....



    There's the Servers that handle the iTunes Store

    There's the Servers that handle the Online Apple Store

    There's the Servers that handle .Mac

    There's the Servers that handle Apple.com



    This isn't even counting all the internal servers they probably use to handle things like company email (though this might be grouped with .Mac)



    They probably put it to use to handle the increasing amount of traffic on their servers.



    Sebastian
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