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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.
Virtuozzo Containers 4.0 includes higher-end features for server availability and backup. Also, SWsoft completes its name change to Parallels.
Company also updates its control center software to permit the cloning of virtual private servers.
SWsoft's Virtuozzo software is released in an Itanium version available for Linux. A version for Windows is planned for later release.
Company's Virtuozzo software makes Windows or Linux servers appear to have multiple independent instances of their operating systems.
Richard Wirt, who left Intel in July, now is an advisor to virtualization software seller SWsoft.