The upcoming release of Virtual Iron 3.1 lacks many of the advanced features of VMware’s Virtual Infrastructure Server 3, but it does showcase that VMware’s competition is not far behind. In some ways, the competition is actually ahead: Virtual Iron 3.1 supports as many as 16 CPUs and 96 GB of RAM per virtual machine, compared with VMware’s four CPUs and 8 GB of RAM.
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