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   * Provisioning individual compute resources (virtualized and bare-metal) from rack resources. Users will be able to supply boot images for virtualized instances; bare-metal instances will be limited to a few vetted images.    * Provisioning individual compute resources (virtualized and bare-metal) from rack resources. Users will be able to supply boot images for virtualized instances; bare-metal instances will be limited to a few vetted images. 
-    * We plan to support Linux (bare-metal and virtual) and Windows (virtual, possibly also bare-metal). Other operating systems will require further study.+    * We support Linux (bare-metal and virtual) and Windows (virtual, possibly also bare-metal). 
   * Creating, modifying and destroying slices consisting of compute resources belonging to one or more racks, tied together with VLANs provisioned from rack switches and intermediate circuit providers.   * Creating, modifying and destroying slices consisting of compute resources belonging to one or more racks, tied together with VLANs provisioned from rack switches and intermediate circuit providers.
   * Create slices with user-driven packet forwarding control via OpenFlow. OpenFlow slices will be restricted to VLANs provisioned within and between the racks.   * Create slices with user-driven packet forwarding control via OpenFlow. OpenFlow slices will be restricted to VLANs provisioned within and between the racks.
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   * Create slices that combine ExoGENI resources with other GENI resources (e.g. meso-scale OpenFlow and WiMax testbeds; via our switch at the StarLight facility we plan to create experimental L2 topologies that involve international partners).   * Create slices that combine ExoGENI resources with other GENI resources (e.g. meso-scale OpenFlow and WiMax testbeds; via our switch at the StarLight facility we plan to create experimental L2 topologies that involve international partners).
  
 +Depending on your interests, please use the links to the left to find information you're interested in.
  
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