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This posting originally misstated Parallels' beta testing plans. Virtuozzo 4.0's first release candidate just entered testing. Read the updated story here.
Virtualization company will name its server virtualization and management products after its Parallels software to run Windows on Apple machines.
The virtualization start-up will support new Intel processor features, and Intel will help market SWsoft's software.
Company hopes to find new customers with a $1,198 starter edition that limits customers to fewer virtualized environments.
The company will sell Virtuozzo integrated with Novell's Suse Linux in a new virtualization bundle.
The virtualization company updates its Fusion software for running Windows on Mac and makes a pitch for what it calls "universal clients."
Virtuozzo Containers 4.0 includes higher-end features for server availability and backup. Also, SWsoft completes its name change to Parallels.
Ubuntu users will get access to Parallels Workstation for Linux via the operating system's built-in update tool.
Virtualization company hopes to bring on its Apple Mac virtualization expertise software from the desktop to the server market. But do we need another hypervisor?
Citrix's $500 million acquisition is done. Next up: new server and desktop virtualization products.