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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of virtualise.

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Examples

  • TestDrive is a one-shot tool that downloads, virtualises and keeps daily Ubuntu builds up to date.

    TestDrive Virtualises Brand New Ubuntu Builds For Easy Testing | Lifehacker Australia

  • AppliDis Fusion 4 manages and virtualises all Windows applications and desktops, including Windows Seven, within the company's data centre and is designed for organisations looking to reduce IT operational and management costs, enabling administrators to deliver a better quality of service to users.

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  • [UKPRwire, Sat Mar 13 2010] 20: 20 Mobile, Europe's leading distributor of smartphones and accessories, has exclusively teamed up with Mobilise-IT to offer the new Bayalink Liberty ™ USB key that virtualises the functionality and tools of a users Blackberry on any desktop.

    ClickPress

  • "Nicira Networks is accelerating the transformation to cloud infrastructure by delivering software that virtualises the network and enables elastic, scale-out datacentres," the start-up says on its website

    Techworld.com News

  • NComputing, a maker of computer terminals, virtualises PCs so they can be shared by up to 30 users.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • These services are provided both in the shape of managed services (Imtech takes over these services from the client) and cloud-based services (Imtech remotely virtualises components of the network, so that clients no longer need to make investments in hardware and software).

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  • "It virtualises the entire subnet in the data centre and makes it look like a giant switch," he said.

    Techworld.com News

  • The major new features in vSphere are vStorage, which provides thin provisioning support; vNetwork Distributed Switch, which virtualises network connections used by virtual machines;

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  • Serious data security implications could result from service outages, warns law firm Charity virtualises public web sites running open-source applications, and uses Oracle 11g for donations platform

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  • Charity virtualises public web sites running open-source applications, and uses Oracle 11g for donations platform

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