Virginia Tech’s G5 “supercluster” and Apple’s Xgrid software (which makes it easier to pool the computing power of many machines) may open the doors for the company in the server market, according to an Investor’s Business Daily article. Unlike the personal computer arena—where Microsoft dominates—the server segment is wide open, with longtime leader Unix losing ground to Linux and Windows, “with the winner far from certain,” the article adds. “These are interesting times,” Tom Goguen, Apple’s director of server software, told Investor’s Business Daily. “There’s real opportunity for us here.”