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Everything will be virtualized eventually

July 29, 2011 No Comments

SINGAPORE–In the next five years, organizations will see growing importance of virtualization as the technology expands from servers to other realms of IT.

At a Gartner conference here Friday, the research firm’s vice president and distinguished analyst Carl Claunch, said virtualization has gained popularity in recent years where IT organizations are not only applying virtualization technology in servers but also other systems including storage, networking, desktop and applications.

Storage virtualization technologies such as data deduplication allows organizations to save on storage space and energy, as only one instance of a file is kept instead of duplicate copies of the file in different locations, Claunch explained.

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