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InovaWave rated "Excellent" by InfoWorld



Got this email from our friend David Marshall (the guy runs VMblog, writes for Infoworld, works for InovaWave and does a lot of work around Virtualization).

I did get an offer from David to try out their impressive DXtreme. That is an excellent tool to really optimize your VM's performance.

Today DXtreme is limited to 32-bit Windows hosts and virtualization platforms that run on Windows. But although the initial market is small and the product very new, hopefully the coming months and years will bring InovaWave's innovations into the broader market of VMware ESX, Xen, and other Linux-based VM solutions, because if my testing is any indication the company has made significant strides in improving I/O subsystem performance for virtualization workloads.


You must check them/DXtreme out and also check the rest of the news.

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