While worldwide OEMs like HP, IBM and Dell are pushing hard to release virtualization-ready servers, Lenovo seems to prefer the desktop virtualization market.
The Chinese OEM in fact announced its Client Virtualization Platform (CVP).
Such platform will use the Intel VT technology but it’s totally unclear how: nor the press release neither the official website provide any detail about which hypervisor or hosted VMM will be used and how it will be integrated in the hardware.
The incredibly vague description provided seems to suggest an approach similar to the one that Phoenix Technologies is adopting with its PC 3.0 and the HyperCore hypervisor, but there is no way to confirm at the moment.
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