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Virtualisation: The vendors have their say

With virtualisation finding new jobs in business, Leslie Faughnan asks the key players their opinions

15th April, 2015

Virtualisation is far from a new concept, and goes all the way back to the mainframe computer. But in recent generations of ICT, the strategy of abstracting the logic from the physical devices has brought a new freedom to all kinds of architecture.

The virtual computer, usually called virtual machine (VM), is the most advanced and most successful. That is the compute layer, as the professionals see it, which has to be complemented by data...

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