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Parallels Gives Virtual Machines Their Own Graphics

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Extreme system ‘gives near-native 3D performance’ on high-end workstations

Virtualization specialist Parallels has released technology enabling a single multi-processor system to act as several machines with little performance hit.

Parallels’ Workstation Extreme is designed for installation by manufacturers of workstations targeted at demanding 3D applications such as seismic mapping, computer-aided design, visualization and digital content creation.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Parallels gives virtual machines their own graphics – Personal Computer World

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