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Virtualization Nation Growing

There were whispers in some corners that the company that owns RCPU was crazy to start a virtualization magazine, Virtualization Review, not long ago. Well, we're looking a lot less crazy now with studies like Forrester's latest, which shows that virtualization is very well-established in the enterprise as well as among SMBs. VMware's leading the way, of course, in terms of hypervisor market share, but Microsoft is in the leader's rear-view mirror.

Posted by Lee Pender on 03/10/2009 at 1:22 PM


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