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Red Hat announced Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor

Today RedHat sent out 2 press releases obviously in an attempt to get Virtual visibility during VMWorld. Europe, The biggest news in those 2 press releases is the announcement of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor, or the RHEV . …

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RedHat Moves Closer To Microsoft

Earlier this week Red Hat and Microsoft announced they were going to work closer together , mainly to ensure Virtualization Interoperability. Both RedHat and Microsoft will join the

KVM Lives On At Red Hat, So Now What?

Over a year after the first big Open Source Virtualization acquisition, Citrix Acquiring Xensource, the next industry shaking acquisition is a fact. Red Hat has reeled in

RedHat Picks Up Qumranet

According to Globes, RedHat has acquired Qumranet (confirmed via press release) "Redhat announced its acquisition of Israeli virtualization start-up Qumranet Inc. for about $100

Qumranet Announces Craig Bauman as Vice President of Sales and Channel Chief

Qumranet, with its hosted desktop virtualization product, Solid ICE, announced that Craig Bauman has joined the company as the

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Red Hat Unveils Virtualization Strategy At Boston Summit

Today at Red Hat Summit in Boston, two of Red Hat’s emerging technology engineers, Dan Barrange and Richard Jones, presented the new tool sets

KVM vs Xen, Who Will Win The Fight?

Ian Pratt and Benny Schnaider are using strong words against each other. As KVM is gaining more and more popularity by being adopted in several Linux

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KVM Sponsor Qumranet Ships Solid ICE

KVM sponsor Qumranet launched (PDF) its long awaited desktop virtualization solution yesterday, just weeks before Citrix launches XenDesktop. Solid ICE (Independent Computing Environment)

KVM Forum 2008 Schedule Has Been Announced

The schedule for the upcoming KVM 2008 forum in Nappa, CA is up. Qumranet, as the main KVM sponsor, is inviting all KVM developers to their


The Current State of Open Source Virtualization

We've started by looking back at a decade of Open Source virtualization, and in this second part of the series we'll tackle today's landscape (last updated in

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