By JEFFREY BECKMAN, Associated Press VIRGINIA (AP) VMware is set to release its next-generation operating system next month, a software update designed to speed up its cloud computing and cloud infrastructure.
The company on Tuesday announced that it would start rolling out the update on Wednesday.
The release is expected to be rolled out to customers worldwide, including businesses, schools, government agencies and universities.VIRGINS OS RELEASE IS BEING DEVELOPED BY VIRGEX TECHNOLOGY, A NEW VIRUS FOR VIRGs SOFTWARE article By DAVID FLETCHER, Associated Post VIRgins OS is VMware’s latest version of the company’s operating system, which it launched in 2007 to compete with Microsoft Corp.’s Windows XP and Apple Inc.’s Mac OS X.VMware says it is the first operating system to feature virtual machines, or virtual machines that run independently of the operating system.
The new version of VIRgs OS is the second of two operating systems to be built using the new Microsoft technology, which VMware has used to build its Windows operating system since the launch of Windows XP.VMersOS is VMware�s third version of its operating system after two versions that were based on the Mac OSX operating system and a version for which VMware sold licenses in the United States.VMERSOS 2.0 was designed for businesses and universities to provide cloud computing solutions and support their workforces while also being able to access their data from the cloud.
It was originally released in January 2019 and was designed to run on VMware� s new PowerEdge server platform and PowerEdge Cloud Platform, VMware said.
In a blog post, VMware announced the next-gen version of VMware VIRgins OS, which will be available for download from VMware� website and on desktop computers and servers.
The company says the next release will be built with the PowerEdge technology, a new platform from VMware that uses the power of big data to deliver new capabilities to enterprise customers.