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Chip Makers Pave the Way for Desktop Virtualization

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Updated: Virtualization technology is becoming commonplace in servers, but despite its advantages, its arrival on the desktop is at least a year away, experts say.

XenSource Names New CEO

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Former Veritas exec Peter Levine takes the reins at the open-source virtualization startup.

Customers Seek SLAs With Teeth

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Hosted application outages lead to calls for better performance.

Cisco, Opsware Team on Automation Software

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Updated: As part of a multimillion-dollar deal, Cisco will distribute Opsware's Network Automation System under the Cisco brand and the two companies will work together to develop other network management offer

BlueArc Titan 2000 Adds Virtualization, Global Namespace Muscle

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The new boxes are designed to push NAS scalability heights by featuring new virtualization, global namespace and 10G Ethernet capabilities.

Intel, AMD Prepare Server Upgrades

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The chip makers are nearing the launch of new server platforms, which promise greater performance and add-ons such as built-in virtualization.

Softricity Delivers Virtual Desktop Applications via Microsoft SMS

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The new SoftGrid for Microsoft SMS exploits SMS's software distribution infrastructure to deploy, but not install, virtual applications on targeted end points.

Virtual Iron, SWsoft Look to Linux to Run Virtualization Tools

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SWsoft's Virtuozzo for Linux 3.0 lets users move virtual servers between physical systems with no interruption to the end users, while Virtual Iron is shipping its data center platform with SUSE Enterprise Server 9.

Intel Activates Xeon Virtualization Tech

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Updated: Users can now take advantage of the virtualization capabilities in their Xeon-powered servers.

VMware Server Goes Free, but Not Open

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VMWare's new, beta Server is now available to run virtual machines on both Linux and Windows server systems at no cost. (Linux-Watch.com)

Security May Dog Software as a Service

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Software is quickly becoming an Internet service, and that is raising concerns about security. Will security weaknesses derail large-scale enterprise adoption?

Try Some Virtualization, Its Free

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The company's free enterprise-level virtualization tool, VMware Server, builds on the success of VMware Player to introduce users to the technology.

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