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virtualize

(ˈvɜːtʃʊəˌlaɪz) or

virtualise

vb
(Computer Science) (tr) to transform (something) into an artificial computer-generated version of itself which functions as if it were real
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The first generation of block storage virtualization solutions consisted of virtualization software loaded on a general-purpose server running a standard operating system such as Linux or Windows.
Tokyo, Japan, July 24, 2006 - (JCN) - Hitachi has developed a hardware-based server virtualization system and will implement it on a new server module based on Intel's Itanium 2 Processor 9000 Series dual-core processors.
The concept of virtualization, both for computer storage and servers, has gained significant momentum since the virtualization software pioneer, VMWare (now owned by EMC), was founded in 1998.
Hitachi thus extends its industry thought and innovation leadership as it becomes the first company to offer advanced virtualization capabilities across its entire product line, eclipsing all competitive offerings in this space.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 22, 2019-: Desktop Virtualization in Manufacturing Market to Observe Strong Development by 2025
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 23, 2019-: Network Functions Virtualization Market - A comprehensive study by Key Players: HPE, Juniper Networks, Huawei, NEC, Pica8
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 16 2018] Desktop Virtualization Market: Introduction Desktop virtualization is a software technology which is implemented by most of the enterprises for the purpose of separating desktop environment and associated application software from the access of physical devices, used by client.
has launched Red Hat Virtualization 4, the newest release of its Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) - powered virtualization platform.
26 -- Commvault (NASDAQ: CVLT), a global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, today announced support for Red Hat's Kernel-based Virtual Machine powered virtualization platform, Red Hat Virtualization 4.
Customized for large computing environments like SAP or Oracle deployments, as well as compute and graphic- intensive workstations, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization demonstrated a 36 percent performance advantage compared to other virtualization solutions in SPECvirt 2013 testing.
[USPRwire, Sun Dec 13 2015] The increase in implementation of virtualization solutions has led to a rapid development of server virtualization solutions.