February 27, 2009, 11:42 am
In all of the PR about Red Hat’s move from Xen to KVM and the SolidICE/SPICE desktop virtualization tools earlier this week, it almost got missed that when Red Hat starts offering a desktop to sit on a virtual machine, they’d need an actual desktop offering.
Steven Vaughan-Nichols, though, was pretty sharp and noted the distinction–something he confirmed with Red Hat CTO Brian Stevens. By late Summer 2009, there should be a Red Hat deskop product ready for market.
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