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hypervisors

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AMD's first ARM processor is 8-core and 64-bit

AMD is turning to the ARM design for a new series of chips, an unmistakable sign that the heyday of "x86" chips is over.

By January 28, 2014

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Bromium secures computers by holding apps in isolation

New security software separates apps and their processes from the operating system to keep attacks at bay.

By September 19, 2012

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VMware works to make Hadoop 'virtualization-aware'

The virtualization giant is moving up the big data stack with its new Serengeti open-source project.

By June 13, 2012

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IBM touts automation in PureSystems

Big Blue says new line of integrated systems offers more flexibility, with support for four operating systems and five virtualization hypervisors.

By April 10, 2012

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End of an era: NASA shuts down its last mainframe

The space agency powers down its last System Z machine, years after IBM stopped selling them for the mathematical calculation jobs for which NASA originally bought them.

By February 13, 2012

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How a private cloud goes beyond virtualization management

Both in terms of their underlying approach to IT and their management capabilities in the aggregate, there's a clear distinction between virtualization and private clouds.

By January 18, 2012

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Hypervisors are not commodities

Hypervisors for server virtualization are being acquired today in two distinctly different ways.

By March 2, 2010

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Wind River brings a hypervisor to embedded systems

Wind River has announced the availability of virtualization for embedded systems. This allows operating systems to be mixed on a multicore chip.

By June 16, 2009

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How evolution begat the cloud revolution

Cloud computing is a revolutionary IT trend. But, as with many such revolutions, it comes about from the convergence of a number of largely evolutionary threads of change.

By December 9, 2010

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Embedded hypervisors revisited

That embedded hypervisors for server virtualization have been slow to take off doesn't necessarily mean that the basic concept is flawed.

By March 17, 2009