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Happy Birthday VMware!



David Marshall reports...

"We started VMware with the belief that virtualization was one of those rare technologies that could fundamentally change the established IT landscape and drive significant new value for customers and the industry in ways few could imagine," said Diane Greene, president of VMware. "The accelerating adoption of VMware products by customers around the world, the new market opportunities it has created for partners and its emergence as one of the highest-growth multibillion-dollar software sectors has made virtualization the most significant IT trend of this decade."


The technology that will transform IT. I have always said that. IT has long been seen as a bottleneck. Today with such persuasive (which eventually will lay the path of pervasiveness with Grid Virtualization) will force the masses to adopt Virtualization as the the sole means to enhance and elevate their planes of productivities to new levels.

VMware has done an excellent job at it. Way to go fellas!

Read Marshall's post here.

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