Did you perchance mean visualisation?
- n. alternative spelling of virtualization.
“Jake Seitz, enterprise architect at The First American, in Santa Ana, California, developed what he calls a virtualisation centre of excellence when the company began putting virtual server and now desktop technology in place.”
“If you receive a message that hardware virtualisation is not enabled, reboot your computer and check that the BIOS option is enabled, usually found under the advanced settings page.”
“They will continue to invest in low-end servers, but in the longer term virtualisation, consolidation and cloud computing will reduce server demand.”
“Roll back four years and substitute the word virtualisation for cloud," said Hedges.”
“Another technology known as virtualisation gives corporate managers the ability to treat every contact that computers have with their networks as discrete events that can be far more precisely managed.”
“On a beau parler d'une "ère de l'immatériel", d'une "virtualisation" du réel etc., je reste persuadée que la trace écrite telle que le papier nous en permet la perception et la conservation (relative si l'on veut, mais fortement historicisée), n'a pas diminué, et n'est pas en passe de se voir remplacée par des séquences invisibles de 0 et de 1.”
“That would only be possible using a technology called "virtualisation", in which the processor interprets Intel instructions and renders them into their ARM equivalents.”
“He added that there have also been many new vendors entering the market, with new solutions targeted at specific management challenges, such as virtualisation and cloud management.”
“It could be for any number of reasons - something technological, such as virtualisation, social networking applications or smart phones.”
“Red Hat and Cisco Systems said Wednesday that they expanded their "virtualisation" partnership - the term for technology that lets one computer act like several.”
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