Microsoft Gets Additional Ammo As It Seeks Advantage for Dynamics CRM in Marketing to Large Organizations

How scalable is Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4?

Very scalable, argues the Dynamics CRM team, as in more than 100,000 users simultaneously. And it says it now has the tests to back up its claim. The claim takes on increasing significance as Microsoft seeks to market Dynamics CRM to ever-larger organizations.

The tests, conducted with two pre-release Dell PowerEdge R910 servers equipped with Intel Xeon Processor 7500-series - more commonly referred to as Nehalem-EX processors, netted the following results for the Dynamics CRM team, according to team member Barry Givens:

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