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John A Landis, Terrence V Powderly, Rajagopalan Subrahmanian, Aravindh Puthiyaparambil: Virtual data center that allocates and manages system resources across multiple nodes. Unisys Corporation, Richard J Gregson, Woodcock Washburn, May 25, 2010: US07725559 (56 worldwide citation)

A virtualization infrastructure that allows multiple guest partitions to run within a host hardware partition. The host system is divided into distinct logical or virtual partitions and special infrastructure partitions are implemented to control resource management and to control physical I/O devic ...


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John A Landis, Terrence V Powderly, Rajagopalan Subrahmanian, Aravindh Puthiyaparambil, James R Hunter Jr: Computer system para-virtualization using a hypervisor that is implemented in a partition of the host system. Unisys Corporation, Richard J Gregson, July 19, 2011: US07984108 (29 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a virtualization infrastructure that allows multiple guest operating systems to run and communicate amongst each other within a host hardware partition. The host system is divided into distinct logical/virtual partitions and special infrastructure partiti ...


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John A Landis, Terrence V Powderly, Rajagopalan Subrahmanian, Aravindh Puthiyaparambil, James R Hunter Jr: Para-virtualized computer system with I/0 server partitions that map physical host hardware for access by guest partitions. Michael B Atlass, Unisys Corporation, March 15, 2007: US20070061441-A1

A virtualization infrastructure that allows multiple guest partitions to run within a host hardware partition. The host system is divided into distinct logical or virtual partitions and special infrastructure partitions are implemented to control resource management and to control physical I/O devic ...


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John A Landis, Terrence V Powderly, Rajagopalan Subrahmanion, Aravindh Puthiyaparambil: Virtual data center that allocates and manages system resources across multiple nodes. Unisys Corporation, March 22, 2007: US20070067435-A1

A virtualization infrastructure that allows multiple guest partitions to run within a host hardware partition. The host system is divided into distinct logical or virtual partitions and special infrastructure partitions are implemented to control resource management and to control physical I/O devic ...



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