Virtualization gaining momentum in the enterprise
From OS and hardware makers to tool vendors and beyond, benefits for IT resource utilization are reflected in the bottom line

VMware maintains lead with Virtual Infrastructure 3
New version of flagship virtualization product improves hardware support

Microsoft looks to Longhorn for virtualization speed-up
Hypervisor close to the kernel should outpace Virtual Server 2005

Solaris Containers fill servers to the limit
Sun's built-in Unix virtualization scheme maximizes utilization

Virtuozzo caters to high-volume server environments
Multiple virtual servers run on a single kernel with high performance and excellent management

Xen 3.0 makes paravirtualization mainstream
Open source hypervisor builds virtualization into the OS kernel

AMD and Intel bake virtualization into chips
Performance increases when software doesn't have to do all the heavy lifting


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