Virtual Computer

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    IP Validation for FPGAs Using Hardware Object Technology

    Although verification and simulation tools are always improving, the results they provide remain hard to analyze and interpret. On one hand, verification sticks to the functional description of the circuit, with no timing consideration. On the other hand, simulation runs mainly on subsets of the entire input domain. Furthermore, these...

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Using the Latest in Hypervisor Technology to More Effectively Manage Desktops

    bare-metal PC hypervisor in order to provide management capabilities that would not otherwise be available in a desktop management platform. The paper considers the value proposition of Virtual Computer's product, the company's business model, and the dynamics of the market in which Virtual Computer competes.

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    How bare-metal client hypervisors will mean the end of agent-based Windows management

    With all the recent focus on VDI and desktop virtualization, people are starting to talk about "bare metal" or "Type 1" client hypervisors. Promising the ability to run virtual desktop workloads "locally" on client devices, these hypervisors have the potential ability to radically impact our industry. But client hypervisors...

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Virtual Desktop, Real Savings: Windows Licensing for Client Virtualization

    With its large product line and thousands of product numbers, Microsoft licensing can be challenging. This is especially true for virtualization, which adds an additional layer of complexity. But smart shopping and the right virtualization approach - as described in this whitepaper - can simplify your Windows virtualization options and...

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • Webcasts // Jul 2009

    How bare-metal client hypervisors will mean the end of agent-based Windows management

    With all the recent focus on VDI and desktop virtualization, people are starting to talk about "bare metal" or "Type 1" client hypervisors. Promising the ability to run virtual desktop workloads "locally" on client devices, these hypervisors have the potential ability to radically impact our industry. But client hypervisors...

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Using the Latest in Hypervisor Technology to More Effectively Manage Desktops

    bare-metal PC hypervisor in order to provide management capabilities that would not otherwise be available in a desktop management platform. The paper considers the value proposition of Virtual Computer's product, the company's business model, and the dynamics of the market in which Virtual Computer competes.

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Virtual Desktop, Real Savings: Windows Licensing for Client Virtualization

    With its large product line and thousands of product numbers, Microsoft licensing can be challenging. This is especially true for virtualization, which adds an additional layer of complexity. But smart shopping and the right virtualization approach - as described in this whitepaper - can simplify your Windows virtualization options and...

    Provided By Virtual Computer

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    IP Validation for FPGAs Using Hardware Object Technology

    Although verification and simulation tools are always improving, the results they provide remain hard to analyze and interpret. On one hand, verification sticks to the functional description of the circuit, with no timing consideration. On the other hand, simulation runs mainly on subsets of the entire input domain. Furthermore, these...

    Provided By Virtual Computer