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Parallels opens up Server Beta program

Parallels on Wednesday offered its Parallels Server Beta for download to the Mac community. The initial beta program was limited to a select group of testers and was announced the week before the Macworld Expo in January.
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Parallels on Wednesday offered its Parallels Server Beta for download to the Mac community. The initial beta program was limited to a select group of testers and was announced the week before the Macworld Expo in January.

The virtualization product supports 32- and 64-bit Linux, Mac OS X and Windows platforms, the company said. However, Tiger Server and Leopard Server can only run on Apple hardware. All of the virtualized OSes are managed through the included Parallels Management Console software.

The Parallels Server download page for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Linux and a Bare-metal installation is here. Check out related coverage: Will virtualization be king at Macworld Expo?

In addition, the Parallels blog mentioned promotions for Parallels Desktop 3.0, Parallels Desktop Premium and upgrades for the pair ($20, $15 and $10, respectively).

BTW: At Expo, Parallels' Benjamin Rudolph, director of corporate communications, and Jesse Stanley, senior sales engineer, offered a presentation titled "Apple Server Virtualization 101 - Managing Virtual Systems on Mac OS X." It is available to view online at the Macworld Encore site. A direct link isn't available but the navigation is Mac OS X/Server/Apple Server Virtualization 101

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