As part of “Virtualization Ecosystem Month,” AMD’s month-long celebration of virtualization technology and the innovation of its virtualization partners, AMD is hosting a webcast with three leading virtualization software companies to discuss and answer questions about hardware-assisted virtualization.
Partners participating in the webcast include Oracle, Sun Microsystems and VMware. AMD’s Earl Stahl, vice president of Software Development, will serve as moderator. The discussion will touch on multiple topics relating to hardware-assisted virtualization including benefits of the technology and upcoming challenges. The webcast will include a Q&A session and audience questions will be asked via the chatroom.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at 9am PT/12 pm ET.
AMD works with a dynamic ecosystem of virtualization software partners to ensure its hardware provides a high-performance and power-efficient foundation for running their software. As more businesses look to implement virtualization technology for cost savings and consolidation benefits, it is important to understand the performance and power efficiency boosts experienced with running the virtualization software on hardware that is optimized for the technology.
The AMD Unprocessed Mogulus channel and Spiceworks Virtualization Community
“This webcast provides a great opportunity for AMD and our partners to openly discuss the significant benefits customers can achieve with virtualization technology and the important role hardware plays in ensuring the virtualization software is performing at its best,” said Earl Stahl, vice president, software development, AMD.
To read more about AMD and its partners’ thoughts on virtualization technology, please visit: http://blogs.amd.com/virtualization.
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