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CITI to Develop Open Source NFSv4.1 Client Software for Windows   Bookmark and Share


Microsoft is sponsoring the U-M Center for Information Technology Integration (CITI) in its development of software that will allow Windows computers to better interoperate with UNIX and Linux based network-attached storage devices running the NFSv4.1 protocol.

For more information, see the U-M News Service press release, April 22, 2009.

CITI is a part of the Computer Science and Engineering Division at the University of Michigan. CITI's mission is to engage in advanced development and research projects, in partnership with external sponsors, that will enhance the University of Michigan's information technology environment, and to transfer the results to industry, government, and education.