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IRG Virtualization Report: Cisco jumps into Appliances Space



Well with the emergence of Vyatta and its strong and flexible and very cheap model in the market. Vyatta was founded by Allan Leinwand, who also started blogging on GigaOM as of this week. I worked with Allan, Dave, Kelly and we cooked our Vyatta Virtual Appliance which is being downloaded like mad from our Avastu site. We will also continue to promote Vyatta as a premium router in the OSS stack.

Anyways here is what this (not freely downloadable report) says:

“Like so many companies, Cisco has jumped on the virtualization bandwagon,” noted Peter Christy, co-founder of IRG. “The impact may be surprisingly large given the large installed base of exploitable server systems and server slots in Cisco-powered networks.”


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