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Virtual Bridges releases Win4Solaris

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, May 18th, 2007   |   0 Comments

Quoting from the Virtual Bridges official announcement:
Virtual Bridges, a provider of enterprise and SMB solutions using virtualization for business, announced today the release and immediate availability of Win4Solaris…

XenSource launches XenEnterprise 3.2 beta

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, March 8th, 2007   |   0 Comments

From its corporate blog, Roger B.A. Klorese, Senior Director of Product and Solutions Marketing at XenSource, announces opening of XenEnterprise 3.2 beta program.
This release is showing notable new…

Release: Virtual Bridges Win4Lin Pro 3.5

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, December 8th, 2006   |   0 Comments

Commercial fork of QEMU made by Virtual Bridges, Win4Lin Pro, reached 3.5 release.
In this new build introduces serveral bug fixes and extended support for Linux distributions, including Ubuntu…

Release: Win4BSD Pro Desktop 1.0

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006   |   0 Comments

From the same creators of Win4Lin a new product hits the first release: Win4BSD.
Win4BSD, just like Win4Lin, is a QEMU/KQEMU commercial repackage which currently allows customers to run…

Book: IBM Virtualization Engine 2.1 for System z

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, September 18th, 2006   |   0 Comments

IBM Redbooks department published this time a special Redbook about the IBM Virtualization Engine:
This IBM Redbook is a student workbook for IBM Virtualization Engine V2.1 on Linux for IBM…

Parallels launches Workstation 2.2 beta program

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, August 24th, 2006   |   0 Comments

After collecting huge success on Apple community for its Desktop 1.0, Parallels come back on the Windows/Linux front and open its Workstation 2.2 beta program, introducing support for AMD SVM…

Virtualization-oriented architecture takes SOA to the next level

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, March 3rd, 2006   |   0 Comments

Quoting from InfoWorld:

If we work together to put virtualized storage and infrastructure in sync with the trajectory of virtual systems, we’ll witness the birth of VOA (virtualization-oriented architecture)…

AMD gives official name to Pacifica and releases specifications through royalty-free license

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, February 7th, 2006   |   0 Comments

Quoting from the AMD official annoucement:
AMD today announced the broad availability of its I/O virtualization technology specification. Demonstrating continued leadership in evolving the industry-standard x86 processor architecture, AMD is…

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