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W T M F G m C g GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED REPORT VIRTUAL DESKTOP INFRASTRUCTURE 1963 MI started Project MAC, a DARPA-funded project to create, in part, hardware that could handle more than one user at a time 1966 he term "hypervisor" was coined 1967 IBM designed the CP-40 mainframe, which eventually became the CP-67 system. his was the first commercial mainframe to support virtualization. 1980'S Desktop computing and x86 servers are introduced 1990 un Microsystems began a project that eventually became Java, which fostered the development of the Java Virtual Machine 1997 Connectix introduces Virtual PC, providing virtualization to Mac users. 1998: VMWare is founded and introduces a new type of virtualization for x86 processors. 2001 VMWare introduced E X erver (a type-1 hypervisor) and G X erver, which allowed users to run virtual machines on top of existing operating systems. 2003 Xen is released as the first open source virtualization platform 2007 VMWare introduces the first VDI product 2011 Flash virtualization technology comes to market 2011 oftware Defined Networking comes of age THE VIRTUALIZATION TIMELINE
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