Microsoft brings virtualization in China, Parallels in Russia

It really seems that virtualization vendors are aggressively seeking emerging markets where to pitch virtualization.

Citrix is moving in China (through Lenovo) and in Korea.
Microsoft is doing exactly the same bringing Hyper-V in China by an extended interoperability agreement with Novell and in Korea.

Parallels is present in China since a long time, thanks to the massive adoption of Virtuozzo among local hosting providers.
But the company is now extending its interest to Russia, where SWsoft (as it was originally called) was born: Sergey Belousov, Founder and CEO, announced plans to invest $10 million in this country within 2011.