Microsoft Surface Server and Air Server Support Source Google News
Posted May 01, 2018 05:19:28Microsoft is rolling out a new Surface Server to help developers build apps on its next-generation Surface RT, the company announced.
Microsoft also announced that the Surface RT is coming with support for Air Server, which lets users host their own mobile device on their own servers.
The Surface RT will include support for an AirServer that can be used as a standalone server, as well as a Surface Server that runs on an Air Server.
Microsoft’s Surface Server is based on Windows Server 2012 R2, and is designed for enterprises, where more than 50 percent of the device’s hardware is dedicated to running Windows Server.
Microsoft has previously said that the server is aimed at enabling developers to build applications on Surface RTs.
The AirServer can be deployed on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2016 R2 or Windows 10, and supports Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Enterprise editions.
Microsoft says the AirServer runs Windows 10 on all platforms.
The Windows Server Surface Server was introduced at Build 2018 and is now available for purchase for $499.
It can be found for pre-order in the Microsoft Store for $599.