SWsoft on Wednesday announced the release of a beta version of Parallels Server, the company’s server virtualization software. It’s billed as the first virtualization software turn can run Mac OS X Server “virtualized” on the Mac.
Parallels Server is an enterprise product from the same company that brought the Mac world its first “virtual machine” software following Apple‘s transition to Intel microprocessors. It lets x86-based hardware, such as Apple‘s current crops of Macs, run Windows operating system software and applications.
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