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  • v. Alternative spelling of virtualize.

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Examples

  • Virtual Wi-Fi was crafted in Microsoft's research group as a way to "virtualise" one wireless card as several separate adaptors.

    PC Advisor News

  • (I used to Boot Camp and virtualise that partition in Parallels – but when I needed more internal hard drive space, I killed the Boot Camp partition and now just virtualise XP.)

    The Lifehacker Editors’ Favourite Software and Hardware | Lifehacker Australia

  • Subsequently, for Baudrillard, there was no longer any need for the media to virtualise events, as in the first Gulf war, since the war's participants had thoroughly internalised the rules of simulation.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • I used to Boot Camp and virtualise that partition in Parallels–but when I needed more internal hard drive space, I killed the Boot Camp partition and now just virtualise XP.

    The Lifehacker Editors’ Favourite Software and Hardware | Lifehacker Australia

  • You have to put together components in a structured fashion in order to realise virtualise? the object.

    Ce n'est pas un monde virtuel

  • Firstly it will mean more Exchange deployments on Hyper-V where previously the choice appeared to be virtualise Exchange Server on a

    Site Home

  • SWARH will virtualise 70 percent of its applications on the Cisco Unified Computing System™ Cisco UCS™, a converged data centre platform for network, computational and storage access.

  • USP-V and NetApp's V Series - that is virtualise third-party arrays and present them to users as Atmos storage.

    The Register

  • EMC can now virtualise its competitors 'arrays courtesy of an Atmos front end running as a virtual machine.

    The Register

  • The Proxy appliances will be built on industry standard platforms running VMware as many companies are now making the strategic decision to virtualise as much as possible.

    CIO.in

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