Will Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware go through?
Broadcom may once again take more time to complete its acquisition of VMware. If the $61 billion deal is still not completed by August 26 in the U.S., the date may be pushed to November 26. Can Broadcom get the acquisition across the finish line, despite resistance from competition watchdogs?
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Microsoft offers Windows 11 Enterprise VM for developers
Microsoft releases a trial version of Windows 11 Enterprise that allows developers to develop Windows applications based on a virtual machine (VM). The tech giant hopes this will boost the adoption of its new Windows version.
The VM comes with SDKs, development tools and samples. It includes the... Read more
Veeam wants to dominate the world of data
Veeam's goals and ambitions are sky-high. Initially focusing on backup and virtualisation, it now aims for the leading and dominant position in the data and infrastructure strategy of companies. We spoke with Veeam about how its focus on 'modern data protection' led to its current platform.
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Loft Labs open sources its virtualisation software for Kubernetes
Loft Labs has made its vcluster software open source. With this virtualisation software, it is possible to let multiple tenants share the same Kubernetes cluster.
Loft Labs decided to make the software open-source because it hopes that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) will eventually... Read more
Nutanix Frame lets any application run from your browser
Frame was developed seven years ago as a stand-alone solution and was later acquired by Nutanix. At its introduction, Frame was revolutionary, because it lets any application run from your browser, without any plugin or extension. Nutanix Frame has conquered a position in the modern workspace marke... Read more
NVidia expands virtual GPU support to enhance remote work
NVidia released its most recent version of virtual GPU software. It also unveiled new visualisation partners which will be helpful to the increasing number of professionals working remotely due to lockdown. With updated features to help end-users and IT administrators, the improved software could c... Read more
Scale Computing wants to simplify complex IT infrastructure
Companies don't seem to get enough of expanding their IT infrastructure. Over the past few years an increased demand for cloud services has led to larger infrastructure. Research expects companies will once again spend more money on these IT assets this year, which makes infrastructure on... Read more
Red Hat feels unbeatable with OpenShift under the wing of IBM
Recently Red Hat held its annual conference, this time online because of the coronavirus. It was the first major conference with the new CEO, Paul Cormier, and under the wing of IBM. They immediately made clear Red Hat is communicating in a different way now, whereas Red Hat used to position itself... Read more
Citrix makes Managed Desktops widely available
Citrix Managed Desktops will be generally available from August 26. The desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) solution simplifies the delivery of apps and desktops for Windows, from Microsoft Azure to devices.
Compared to Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, Citrix Managed Desktop is designed to provide a tur... Read more
Apple sues virtualization company Corellium for copyright infringement
Apple sues Corellium, a producer of virtualization software, for offering customers the opportunity to create virtual iOS devices. iOS firmware can also run on it.
Apple requires the company to immediately cease all activities related to iOS virtualization products, and to compensate the tech gi... Read more