Linked by David Adams on Wed 9th Mar 2005 16:55 UTC, submitted by Chuck Talk
Original OSNews Interviews Orange Crate has an interview with Jim Curtin, CEO of Win4Lin, a company that makes software that allows users to run Windows from within Linux. The company recently restructured, and they have big plans to "play a lead role in un-coupling applications from operating systems and hardware dependencies" and "make end user computing as cost-efficient, stable and secure as possible."
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by ceaser on Wed 9th Mar 2005 18:03 UTC

hmm interesting.. they talk of running winxp/2k on sparc + s390's... so they must be using some form of cpu emulator.. and in that sense, I really cant see them beating VMWare by a long shot, admittedly its two different markets tho so..

wonder if they purchased fabrices qemu turbo++ pro ng mega top++ booster module.....

time will tell I guess...