Long-serving president Mike Pence and former vice president Mike Rogers are the first members of their family to be served up by Microsoft’s latest server.
Pence, 65, has been serving as vice president of the U.S. Department of Defense for nearly 30 years, according to his website.
Rogers, 58, has served as the chief technology officer at Rogers Communications, a public relations firm.
The two are serving as executive vice presidents for Microsoft’s public cloud-computing unit, which includes the server and software that powers its Xbox video game consoles, including the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Xbox One S. The two have previously served as president and chief technology officers of their companies.
The servers themselves are a mix of Windows and Linux.
Each server comes with a custom Windows 10 operating system.
They are designed to support Microsoft’s cloud-based gaming platform called Azure.
In order to support Windows 10, Microsoft is adding a new piece of hardware to its servers.
That piece of equipment is called a “GPU,” or graphics processor, and it runs on the same processor architecture as the CPU inside a computer.
It’s called a graphics processing unit, or GPU.
The hardware on the servers runs the game “Call of Duty: Black Ops III,” according to a Microsoft press release.
It also is responsible for running Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud-focused productivity suite, Microsoft’s Xbox games, Xbox Live, Xbox games consoles, Xbox apps and Xbox Video.
The server is part of the Microsoft Office 365 suite of products.
In other words, the GPU is a component of the system that powers the entire server, not just a component that makes it work.
The server, which is named the “Xbox 360 Server,” is available to Microsoft employees and customers in the United States and around the world.
It is not meant for mass production, which means Microsoft does not plan to make it available to the public.
It’s unclear how many people have already used the server, but a Microsoft representative said the company is aware of the new hardware and the fact that people are already using it.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.