32-bit’s days are numbered
Network World | John Fontana| May 17, 2007
“Company officials reiterated that Windows Server 2008 and Windows Home Server would ship this year. In 2008, Microsoft will ship Centro, the code name for a server for small and midsize businesses, and Cougar, the next version of Small Business Server, and the next version of Windows Storage Server. These servers will be based on Windows Server 2008.
In 2009, Windows Server 2008 R2 will be released in 64-bit only and the era of 32-bit Windows server operating systems will be over. “