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Red Bend buys VirtualLogix for Mobile Virtualization


Red Bend, a mobile software management company, has acquired VirtualLogix to stake its claim in the emerging field of mobile virtualization.

VirtualLogix develops virtualization software for both x86 and Arm processors and is focused on mobile virtualization, which separates software from the mobile hardware it runs on. The new technology makes software development and updating faster and cheaper, according to Lori Sylvia, Red Bend’s executive vice president of marketing.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Red Bend buys VirtualLogix for mobile virtualization- NetworkWorld.com


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