Parallels Desktop for Mac To Be Part Of Microsoft Expression Professional Subscription

Last week, Parallels announced that its Parallels Desktop for Mac software will be made available as part of the Microsoft Expression Professional Subscription. The company claims this will enable millions of designers using Mac computers to use Microsoft’s Expression Studio to design desktop and web-based graphical interfaces.

“Including Parallels Desktop for Mac in the Microsoft Expression Subscription gives designers a valuable tool for working across platforms,” said Serguei Beloussov, CEO of Parallels. “It is further evidence of the productivity benefits that our virtualization software offers customers, and strengthens our ongoing partnership with Microsoft.”

The Microsoft Expression Professional Subscription is will be available from Microsoft in June 2008 and will cost $999 ERP.

In addition to the Parallels Desktop for Mac software, the Expression Professional Subscription includes:

  • Expression Studio
  • Visual Studio 2008 Standard
  • Office 2007 Standard
  • Windows XP SP2
  • Windows Vista Business Edition
  • Pre-configured virtualized server environments

For additional information, you’re invited to visit www.microsoft.com/expression.

[Source: VMBlog]

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