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Virtualization demands grows by the day!!

Eweek reports...

"Pundits claim this trend is cyclical because it's returning us to the old days of a single large, powerful computer—à la the mainframe—running all of the tasks in an organization," said James Bottomley, chief technology officer at business continuity and disaster recovery provider SteelEye Technology, in Palo Alto, Calif.

Cyclical or not. This will be a lot different than the IBM mainframe days. We are talking about Virtualization in an era of freedom. No big towers but multiple smaller effective faster multi-core applications, games towers. You have got to br really very much aware what a modern worker needs. That is an art. Building servers and technologies is not much of a problem if you are IBM or even start-ups. It is that deep understanding of getting into the hearts of customers that will help you grab up the consumer market!

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