QA with Parallels CEO: Prioritizing Kernel-Level Contributions

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With more than a decade under its belt, Parallels ranks among the most active corporate contributors to the Linux kernel and says that is serves 10 million users in 125 countries. The company today is joining The Linux Foundation and is preparing to speak at the annual Collaboration Summit taking place next week. Chairman and CEO Serguei Beloussov talks with us on a variety of topics, including why the increasing investment in Linux, what's required to collaborate and the state of virtualization and cloud computing.