“That sounds possible I’ve heard rumors to the effect that he [Rudder] had an OS project in place,” said Rob Helm, director of research at Directions on Microsoft.
The researchers are working to create a concurrent / parallel distribution of resources — Cloud Computing, as well as a method of handling applications across separate machines? religiously-dubbed the Asynchronous Promise Architecture which will set the stage for a backwards-compatible operating system built from the ground up, with networks of varying size in mind. Says the SD Times, “The Midori documents foresee applications running across a multitude of topologies, ranging from client-server and multi-tier deployments to peer-to-peer at the edge, and in the cloud data center. Those topologies form a heterogeneous mesh where capabilities can exist at separate places.” Like it technical? Read more look at Microsoft’s future with Midori.