Company discusses its product road map following the acquisition of virtualization vendor XenSource.
Citrix seems to be playing weird games with its XenSource acquisition.
Citrix's $500 million acquisition is done. Next up: new server and desktop virtualization products.
What can I say? Even the most opinionated among us are sometimes wrong. I just happen to be wrong more than most. :-)
Open-source software company XenSource will be added to Citrix's server management software.
The XenSource acquisition is a wake-up call to proprietary vendors that they can't rest on old laurels anymore.
Citrix is going to buy XenSource to step up the virtualization war. In the process, it has set a nice multiple for open-source companies.
XenSource, a start-up commercializing the open-source Xen virtualization software, has hired Gordon Mangione as senior vice president of product operations.
Start-up's XenSource Enterprise is designed to put a pretty face on open-source virtualization.
Open-source start-up names Veritas veteran Peter Levine to top post, while two co-founders depart from company.