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Longhorn will have inbuilt support for creation of Virtual Machines.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/30/2005 01:25:00 PM.

Microsoft this week fleshed out the details of a plan to build virtualization capabilities directly into Windows as part of its effort to catch up to virtualization software market leader VMware Inc.

Microsoft's plan adopts an architecture similar to the one VMware uses -- a point that VMware seized upon as a validation of its technical direction. But Microsoft said vendors won't be able to differentiate themselves on virtualization alone once the technology is supported in operating systems and chips.

The virtualization road map that Microsoft laid out at its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference here includes a lightweight "hypervisor" layer of code that will be built into the next major version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, to support the creation of virtual machines.

Source: compuworld

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