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Hardware, Embedded Systems A Geeks.com article examines the latest in virtualization technology, and the hypervisor, a hardware execution layer contained in modern processors from AMD and Intel.
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RE: Regurgitated press release
by seefriek on Sun 20th Apr 2008 18:21 UTC in reply to "Regurgitated press release"
seefriek
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2008-04-20

Much worse than that. I posted a comment that pointed out the many errors in the article, including the fact the author couldn't even be bothered to understand that a hypervisor is a software layer, not the hardware support for that layer. They promptly deleted it; indeed, there are no comments posted to the article, and I doubt I was the only one who said "WTF?".

Incompetent, cowardly clowns...that means you in particular "RickGeek". If you can't be bothered to get the simple stuff right, quit writing.

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rexstuff Member since:
2007-04-06

Agreed. This is a pretty lame article, and anyone who does not understand that a hypervisor is a software layer, not processor extensions should not be writing an article on virtualization. Ten seconds on wikipedia and anyone will know more than RickGeek.

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