Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 14th Dec 2005 19:58 UTC, submitted by Peter Parker
OSNews, Generic OSes As the end of the year approaches, it appears that virtualization's time in the open source spotlight has all but come. Whether it is because of the machinations of companies like XenSource or analyst endorsement, emulating an enterprise-class infrastructure environment using open source has been on the rise in 2005. And, now, it looks ready to burst next year.
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RE: Not really
by kamil_chatrnuch on Thu 15th Dec 2005 00:06 UTC in reply to "Not really"
kamil_chatrnuch
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2005-07-07

well, as far as i know, all new intel pentium 4 & xeon processors are _shipping_ with "intel virtualization technology" built-in as of _now_, for unchanged prices.

intel press release [14 november '05]:
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20051114comp.htm

also, "parallels workstation" is using this technology as of _now_.

parallels features:
http://parallels.com/en/products/workstation/

-kamil

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