|By Jeremy Geelan||
|September 3, 2010 05:45 PM EDT||
Intel has reportedly acquired the market leader in client virtualization, Neocleus.
Known for its NeoSphere product. Neocleus is well known for its implementation of industry-leading virtualization technologies, coupled with centralized control and management that integrate with existing PC lifecycle management tools. NeoSphere has long offered organizations a way to address their client computing demands.
At this writing however a question-mark hangs over the acquisition. The blog entry in which it was announced has disappeared from the Web!
Here is what is returned today, Friday September 3 when anyone currently hits the URL of this blog posting at The Neocleus Blog:
Yet Thursday September 2 the entry was available to all via Google News:
As can be seen from the above Google search, the original blog post was apparently authored by Neocleus's VP of Product Management, Chad Jones.
Hopefully Santa Clara, CA-based Intel will clarify today, even before the Labor Day weekend, so that the rumor-mills don't turn at Labor Day barbecues all over Silicon Valley.
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