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


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  • Nowadays, using computer technology "virtualizes" the Multiplane camera, so in most animation software used for hand-drawn film, one can in some way simulate by pressing a few buttons what might have taken a large crew weeks to accomplish back in the analog days of Pinocchio and Fantasia.

    In Glorious Multiplane - 7

  • Just because a customer virtualizes Exchange does not mean the customer is virtualizing all aspects of Exchange, says Gartner analyst Chris Wolf.

    Half of VMware customers virtualize Microsoft Exchange

  • But VMware's attempts to move from being a company that simply virtualizes operating systems to one that provides the broader operating frameworks for data centers and desktops is interesting, nonetheless.

    VMware aims to displace Windows with cloud-based desktop apps

  • From the moment an IT organization virtualizes its first server, it is laying the groundwork for the cloud.

    How Virtualization Enhances Cloud Computing

  • Cloud networks will rely almost exclusively on x86 systems, which VMware virtualizes, rather than platforms like Unix or the mainframe, Tucci said.

    EMC's Tucci: 'Hundreds of public clouds' on the way

  • Scalent virtualizes all the assets required to deploy a business system and by providing a virtualized abstraction eliminates the physical constraints to changing server A from running application B to application A on the fly.


  • The spirit stands in living relation not only to spirit, but essentially also to nature, and virtualizes also therein its Godlikeness.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

  • Man virtualizes his god-likeness primarily in this, that he glorifies God even in his body as the temple of the Holy Ghost [1 Cor. vi, 19, 20], and that he presents this body to God as a living, holy, and well-pleasing sacrifice [Rom. xii, 1.]

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

  • Meru's innovative network-in-control architecture virtualizes wireless access and produces an intelligent, self-monitoring WLAN.

  • Kleef goes on to praise the new RemoteFX technology that's included with SP1, which virtualizes the graphical processing unit on the server instead of on local hardware.



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