VMWare Hints at Mac plans
Apple’s move to Intel processors in its Macintosh computers continues to bear fruit – this time market-leading OS virtualisation company VMware has hinted at future Mac plans.
The news follows Apple’s revelation of its Boot Camp software, which allows users to set Intel Macs to boot up in both Windows and Mac OS. It also follows hot on the heels of the recent release of Parallels software, which lets users boot multiple operating systems within Mac OS X.
In an interview with Raghu Raghuram, who is vice president of platform products at VMware, Virtualization.info reveals the company’s Mac plans.
VMware was founded in 1998 to bring virtual machine technology to industry-standard computers. It now has 4 million users at 20,000 corporate firms.
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