"Just as the Web has transformed many applications into a hosted service, virtualization is transforming the entire desktop into a server hosted environment that is always on, dynamically scalable and centrally secured and managed," said Brian Byun, vice president of products and alliances at VMware.
With big players like IBM on one side, Microsoft on another, and companies like AMD and Redhat on yet another, I have a feeling that virtualization will probably be the biggest thing to change the desktop and server environments we know of in the next few years, and will probably have a much larger impact than 64-bit computing or dual-core desktop processors did.
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