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Red Hat Virtualization 4 launched as the open-source vendor works to remain relevant in a world that VMware dominates.
Cynics may say this is simply a new-sounding way for VMware to reconfigure and resell products it has had in the market for years, and it is, to an extent. There is new orchestration.
Considering Microsoft's Hyper-V? The company is offering free Windows Server 2016 to VMware customers that are pondering a switch.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft to acquire Genee for smarter Office 365 scheduling; Google pulls plug on Chrome apps for Windows, Linux, Mac; Intel brings Xeon chips to AT&T's network virtualization effort; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft shuttering Azure RemoteApp, turns to Citrix; Cisco bridges gap With Microsoft in collaboration; Microsoft, MIT Want to bring digital tattoos to new markets; and there's more.
Virtualization king reports 11 percent annual growth in revenues to $1.7 billion. Most container-making software companies aren't even in the black yet.
In recent TV interviews, CEO Pat Gelsinger says having Dell as the primary shareholder will help accelerate growth for the virtualization company.
At the Citrix Synergy show, Dell officials unveiled new thin clients, better security and performance features, and the latest version of Wyse ThinOS.
The new graphics chip, paired with the latest version of Nvidia's Grid software, offers greater per-use density to enterprises.
Container management platform vendor Rancher Labs raised new capital to help fund the company's engineering, sales and marketing efforts.
The third annual Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Expo, April 27-29, is the biggest one yet, although much of what’s being shown are works in progress.