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VirtualLogix: Soon to demo QoS for VoIP with Real Time Virtualization

VirtualLogix(TM), Inc., the Real-Time Virtualization(TM) company, today announced a demonstration of how real-time virtualization can create industry-leading QoS for VoIP applications, while maintaining a secure firewall with VLX and Intel(R) vPro(TM) processor technology at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, September 18-20 (Booth # 715-26 located within the Intel Pro Zone). VirtualLogix collaborated with Intel on the technology to develop the compelling VoIP demonstration. Intel Developer Forum attendees will benefit from seeing this demonstration of how real-time virtualization can provide isolation and QoS between virtual appliances and the application OS, including Windows(R) or Linux, allowing service providers to run multiple appliances, maintain system security and drive new opportunities in the VoIP business market by creating high-quality VoIP and management functionality for their customers.



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