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Server 2008 on power6 processor based systems

Can I put windows server 2008 on a power6 processor based system. The IBM Server in question is type 9408 model number M25. Currently we have Iseries version 5.4 installed I would like to remove that and utilize the entire unit as a windows server without having to deal with Iseries. I know there is a way to do this with Virtual environments on the Iseries OS but again I no longer want this OS, Is this possible?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Afraid not - at least not until you convince Microsoft to port Windows to Power6.  

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