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Xen passes Windows milestone
XenSource said Tuesday it accomplished the feat using an Intel processor equipped with VT, or virtualization technology--a feature scheduled to begin shipping in new chips later this year. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company is demonstrating the software this week at the Intel Developer Forum here. Xen, which is designed to let multiple operating systems run on the same computer, is almost always is used with Linux. But running Windows as well is useful in the real world, where both operating systems are widely used atop the powerful networked computers called servers.
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