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Virtualization, Dell and Consumerism

Thinking of how Dell is penetrating into the consumer segment, reminds me of my Fe 10 2007 post:

But if you look at the consumer, you'll find yourself in a huge sea of unmeasurable but endless possibilities. Mass commoditization is the mantra but achieving it or pushing it too hard too early is the danger. But the consumerism (people blogging, people deciding , people influencing the developments) is on the rise. Its a massive market space. Look at the mobile telephone market. Its huge. Apple wants to have 1% of that share and its already considered to be too ambitious by some. Anyways they have got the guts to go for it.
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Somehow Dell know how to reach all these markets, it just knows. Like it did back then and Michael knows that he knows it. They will bring the hypervisor to your PC. All kinds of hypervisors to your PC. Dekstop virtualization will become a reality, although not really a ig fan of "Thick or Fat Virtualiation clients" myself, I do see that the consumers has tasted blood; they want all OSs on one PC, be it Mac Tiger, Visat, Ubuntu, they want it all on one!

I have written many insightful, IMHO, ideas about Virtualization, and since you all have kind of woken up by the market, I'll point you time to time to my older articles.


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