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Old 07-25-2008, 01:12 AM   #1
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LXer: VMware to give away ESXi for free


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A few short weeks since his former employer Microsoft officially released Hyper-V, newly installed VMware Inc. CEO Paul Maritz told investors on a second-quarter earnings call that the next version of ESXi will be available for free, a decrease from its current price of $495 per dual-CPU server. The updated ESXi will be available for download from VMware's website this coming Monday, a VMware spokesperson confirmed.

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