Parallels lässt auch mal wieder von sich hören. Für mich allerdings uninteressant. VMWare Fusion hat sich gegenüber Parallels um einiges stabiler erwiesen. Von den Features her hat es Parallels ja schon länger überholt…

„Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac Features:

More features will be added soon! Bookmark this page in your web browser to stay up-to-date on the latest Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac Beta developments!
Enhanced Performance

The new generation high performance lightweight hypervisor engine allows Parallels Desktop for Mac beta to deliver the industry’s best performance with:

* 2-way SMP per VM (4-way to come)
* 8 GB RAM per VM
* 64-bit guest OS support
* Up to 2 TB virtual hard drives inside a VM
* Full ACPI support

Seamless OS Integration

More of today’s leading OSs means greater flexibility and a more seamless user environment.

* Run Mac OS X Server as a Guest virtual machine
* Experimental Snow Leopard support
* Migration support for VirtualBox VMs via Parallels Transporter
* Support for several Boot Camp partitions on external hard drives

Advanced Video and 3D Graphics

The first to bring Windows-only 3D graphics to the Mac desktop, Parallels continues to drive enhanced performance and 3D support.

* Includes experimental support for DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL 2.0, including DirectX Pixel Shaders 2.0 support
* Up to 128 MB video memory support

Enhanced Enterprise and Developer Support

Smoother, more flexible development for seamless inclusion into an enterprise’s infrastructure and IT environment.

* SDK and open API support to extend manageability
* Scripting support for automation
* Command Line Interface support
* PXE support to boot from the network
* Virtual Machine templates“

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