Oracle To Terminate Virtual Iron Business

Oracle recently acquired Virtual Iron, even if it wasn’t exactly generating spectacularly good financial results (to put it midly). Now The Register claims Oracle is discontuining Virtual Iron’s business. More specifically, Oracle intends to “suspend development of existing Virtual Iron products and will suspend delivery of orders to new customers.”

Oracle aims to fully integrate Virtual Iron technology with Oracle VM, the company’s server virtualization and management product, although it has not specified when the new combined product will arrive. Former Virtual Iron people are also being laid off.

Full report at The Register.

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One Comment

  1. QuestioningTheObvious says:

    the timing of the virtual iron acquisition was extremely lucky. if sun had been acquired first, vi would have never been picked up by oracle. basically, oracle is writing vi off…

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