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Tuesday April 4, 2006 12:10 pm

Microsoft Virtual Server R2 Has A New Price - Free


MicrosoftMicrosoft has announced that Virtual Server R2 Enterprise Edition will come with a new pricing structure - free.  In addition, new offerings are now available in the form of virtual machine add-ins and technical support for Linux guest operating systems, a dramatic change for the software vendor.  By making Virtual Server free, Microsoft is responding to similar moves by its competitors.  One such competitor, and leader in the virtualization market, is VMWare who made their own GSX Server software available for free back in February. 

Microsoft acquired Virtual PC, and the unreleased Server product, from Connetix Corp. in 2003.  When first launched in September 2004, Microsoft’s Virtual Server came in two flavors - Standard and Enterprise with pricing at $499 and $999 respectively.  This past December version R2 was released, along with a pricing change of $199 for Enterprise Edition and $99 for Standard Edition.


Read More | Microsoft via Computerworld


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