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South Africa's Pheonix Software to distribute Parallels

With Parallels software's server product coming up, they look to explore the developing countries for a hefty share of SMB market.

Phoenix Software, one of the foremost software republishers, and Parallels, leading provider of innovative desktop and server virtualisation software for the Windows, Macintosh, and Linux communities, have finalised an agreement whereby Phoenix Software will serve as the exclusive distributor of Parallels Desktop for Mac, Parallels' market leading solution that enables users to run Windows, Linux, or any other x86 operating systems at the same time as Mac OS X.

Through the development of ground-breaking virtualisation solutions for both servers and workstations, Parallels is helping to alleviate the cost and headache associated with a traditional IT infrastructure.

Virtual IT infrastructures help corporates lower operating costs, improve user productivity, and maximise hardware value by reducing the total number of machines needed to complete critical tasks.


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