Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 3rd Dec 2006 23:18 UTC
Mac OS X Speaking to an analyst this month, executives for Apple Computer maintained that the company has no plans to incorporate virtualization technology into the final version of its Boot Camp software that will ship as part of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard next spring. "Apple indicated that it is very pleased with Parallels software and didn't feel the need to compete with its own version of embedded virtualization," Bear Stearns analyst Andy Neff wrote in a research note to clients this week.
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We Leave Them Alone Until
by REM2000 on Mon 4th Dec 2006 10:25 UTC
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From what i read on the Report the one thing that really sticks in my Mind is that apple said they are not interested as Parrelles are doing a good job, to me it seems that as long as Parrelles continue doing a good job of the VM software apple is not interested in wasting R&D on it and would prefer someone else to continue with it, however i get the feeling if the standards drop apple will jump in.

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