calmond writes "CNET has an article here about Microsoft's new Hyper-V virtualization offering. From the article, "Microsoft did something that it rarely does last week when it announced availability of its Hyper-V server virtualization technology months ahead of schedule. Unlike Microsoft Virtual Server, which ran as an application, Hyper-V is a true hypervisor capable of hosting multiple instances of Windows and even Suse Linux."
Being so late to the virtualization game, how will it fare against VMware, Virtual Iron, Xen, and the other offerings out there..." Link to Original Source
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