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  • v. Present participle of virtualize.


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  • Twenty-two percent have a limited deployment in virtualizing tier-1 apps, 18% are in the process of deploying enterprise-wide, and 12% have fully implemented a program to virtualize tier-1 apps.

    Half of VMware customers virtualize Microsoft Exchange

  • Making a digital museum feasible will "depend on how technology advances in virtualizing space," he added, but even then the Metropolitan Museum of Art shouldn't have anything to worry about.

    Museum of the Future or Fad of the Moment? Adobe's Virtual Art Museum

  • From having three servers in each remote office, IJM now only requires one at each location on the network; Lax is also toying with the idea of virtualizing that last server so that it could also be centralized.

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  • However, what about the idea of virtualizing the WiFi adpater card, thus turning one piece of hardware into virtually an unlimited number of WiFi radios?

  • Gardner: Another thing that people like about the idea of virtualizing applications is that you get a single image of the application.

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  • By "virtualizing" key controller functions, Bluesocket executives say, the WLAN can scale to handle the soaring growth both in Wi-Fi traffic volume and in clients, with users increasingly having more than one mobile device.

    Bluesocket unveils virtual Wi-Fi controller on VMware

  • He said that spending priorities were reflected in IBM's hardware sales, where high-end servers were strong, because companies are "virtualizing" their infrastructure by running many operations on just a few computers to save money on power and data-center personnel.

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  • Believing that there is clearly an opportunity in the current economy to reduce costs in outsourcing space, the company offers multiple innovative solutions to help clients reduce IT budgets, such as virtualizing clients 'server environments or consolidating their data centers into pooled environments.


  • The Future of The Internet, "had a similar feel, with researchers David Clark, professor at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Taieb Znati, division director for the National Science Foundation, talking up the idea of virtualizing communications networks in order to create several networks optimized for delivering different types of applications.

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  • 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


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