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VMWare developing virtualization for Mobile Phones

I am a huge fan of VMWare. I have VMWare server 4 running on several of my own boxes, and my workplace uses VMWare pretty extensively. I was kinda stoked to see these guys doing this.

Essentially, VMWare is developing a virtualization platform that would enable a user to run multiple OS's on their mobile phones. Read more here:

http://www.itpro.co.uk/609992/vmware...virtualisation

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The goal is that virtual machines will be able to work on any device, regardless of the user interface or input method, such as full keyboards. Alston said the VM would adjust itself depending on the device.


When it comes to taking calls, such phones could have two numbers, with user-set policies deciding how calls come through, but admitted that "challenges" such as billing were in the hands of operators.
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