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VMware is no more the only player in town

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, September 5th, 2008   |   0 Comments

There’s no doubt that VMware is still the top virtualization player, but the upcoming Q4 2008 will highlight in a crystal clear way that it’s no more the only player…

Red Hat acquires Qumranet, suddenly becoming a key virtualization player

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, September 4th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Red Hat just announced that it acquired the VDI startup Qumranet for $107M.
The startup left the stealth mode in September 2007 and has just 60 employees, all of them…

Red Hat is looking for VDI (powered by KVM)

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, August 11th, 2008   |   2 Comments

ComputerWorld just published an interview with the Executive Vice President of Product and Technologies at Red Hat, Paul Cormier, where some interesting details about the company strategy emerge.
First of…

Qumranet appoints its Vice President of Sales and Channels

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, August 7th, 2008   |   0 Comments

The US startup Qumranet is growing and is now ready to welcome aboard a Vice President of Sales and Channels, Craig Bauman, coming from Altiris.
With nearly 20 years of…

Qumranet works on virtual desktop relocation to improve VDI performance

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, June 18th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Qumranet, the US startup launched in November 2007, is already well-known for its efforts in improving the end user experience in VDI environments: the SPICE remote desktop protocol which powers…

Is virtualization ready to go mobile?

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, June 10th, 2008   |   0 Comments

The introduction of virtualization platforms on mobile devices has been advocated by vanguards like VirtualLogix, Trango, Open Kernel and SYSGO since few years. But unless a few conditions happen it’s…

KVM 69 is out

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, May 20th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Fifteen days after the previous release the Qumranet developers finish KVM version 69. Breaking an impressive series of new architectures supported, this build is only for bug fixing.
Download it…

Xen will never be part of Linux

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, May 12th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Recently ZDNet published a skirmish of words between Ian Pratt, Xen founder and chief architect, and Benny Schnaider, CEO of Qumranet (supporting the development of KVM), about the destiny of…

Release: Qumranet Solid ICE 4.1

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, May 7th, 2008   |   0 Comments

Qumranet, the US startup that supports the development of KVM (the hypervisor included in the Linux kernel), announced its first product in September 2007: Solid ICE, an all-in-one VDI solution…

Quest is the first VDI provider for Microsoft Hyper-V with VAS 5.10

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, May 1st, 2008   |   0 Comments

Quest, through its subsidiary Provision Networks (acquired in November 2007) is the first company providing a VDI solution for the upcoming Microsoft hypervisor Hyper-V.
Microsoft is the only big vendor…

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