The first fruit of the acquisition of Virtual Computer by Citrix will be an enterprise edition of XenClient.
While Citrix's XenClient - a bare-metal client hypervisor that allows centrally managed virtual desktops to run directly on corporate laptops even when disconnected from the network - has been well received, customers wanted more. So Citrix has released a technology preview of XenClient 2, along with a first look at a new member of the family that provides greater security and isolation between clients.
"Virtualisation is a consequence of Moore's Law," according to Citrix's Simon Crosby. What does he mean?
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