Liquid Computing came out of the woodwork today to announce support for Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. The announcement follows Liquid’s recent refocus away from niche high performance computing markets to more traditional datacenter environments.
The combination of Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V technology and Liquid Computing’s LiquidIQ delivers a dynamic, virtualized data center that provides customers with service agility, high asset utilization and low management costs,” said Greg McElheran, president and CEO, Liquid Computing. “Our strong relationship with Microsoft enables us to continue to provide mutual customers with innovative virtualization solutions that offer increased performance, flexibility and efficiency across all Microsoft solutions and applications.”
For more info on Liquid’s support of Windows Server 2008, read the full release here.