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IBM’s Inna Kuznetsova speaks about virtualization

April 8, 2011 No Comments

Recently, Inna Kuznetsova, Vice President, IBM Systems Software, presented a webinar about the changing economics of virtualization. When IBM speaks about virtualization technology, I always find time to listen.

IBM clearly was one of the companies responsible for the innovative notion that functions could be placed into an artificial or virtual environment. IBM was one of the first companies to come to understand that virtualizing the environment would bring benefits that far outweighed the technical challenges such a move would create.

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