Parallels Workstation Extreme combines Intel, Nvidia, HP tech

Technology from Nvidia, Hewlett-Packard and Intel went into the Parallels Workstation Extreme, a high-end workstation virtualization solution launched by Parallels on March 30. The solution allows for "near-native performance for resource-intensive applications that utilize large memory support, multiple CPU cores and direct access to graphics cards," Parallels said. With Workstation Extreme in place, "Users can […]

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Technology from Nvidia, Hewlett-Packard and Intel went into the Parallels Workstation Extreme, a high-end workstation virtualization solution launched by Parallels on March 30. The solution allows for "near-native performance for resource-intensive applications that utilize large memory support, multiple CPU cores and direct access to graphics cards," Parallels said. With Workstation Extreme in place, "Users can run multiple operating systems on the same physical box," allowing resource-intensive applications to be run with less slowdown while also maintaining workload isolation.

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