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January 16, 2007

Intel boosts Linux virtualization

Filed under: linux, Virtualization — tuxicity @ 6:02 am

With Intel processors supporting the company’s Virtualization Technology (VT) becoming more pervasive, Linux kernel developers are writing the code to improve hardware virtualization and hence performance.

Speaking at this year’s linux.conf.au Linux and open source conference in Sydney, Intel software engineer Jeff Dike spoke about three virtualization methods – User Mode Linux (UML), Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM), and hardware virtualization.

Computerworld – Intel boosts Linux virtualization :: More..


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