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8220;Our objectives at FACT were to select a simulation package that will allow new and existing operators to be trained and tested in a virtual operating environment for both STS crane and straddle carrier,” says Owen.
The most important aspect of this virtual operating environment is that no changes are required to move 32 bit x86 operating systems and applications to the z86VM environment.
Kodak, through a partnership with VM ware, is launching its first Virtual Operating Environment option for Kodak Unified Workflow Solutions.
To provide a virtual operating environment with a hierarchical infrastructure for backup, OpenBench Labs set up a Spectra nTier v80 appliance and a Spectra T50e physical tape library provisioned with two LTO-4 drives with 4Gbps fibre channel connections.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- Scalent Systems today announced full Microsoft Windows support for its Scalent(TM) Virtual Operating Environment (V/OE) software, an easily installable software suite that can result in dramatically lower IT costs and increased IT agility.
This platform coupled with the Neocleus solutions create multiple trusted virtual operating environments, and give IT unmatched control to proactively implement and enforce risk policies in real time.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- Scalent Systems today announced general availability of Scalent(TM) Virtual Operating Environment (V/OE), an easily installable software suite that can result in dramatically lower IT costs and increased IT agility.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) today announced that it has signed an agreement with Scalent Systems to use Scalent Virtual Operating Environment (V/OE) software as a key ingredient in Unisys real-time infrastructure solutions for enterprise data centers.