virtual environment

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virtual environment

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(computer science)

virtual environment

(1) A computer that is running in a virtual machine environment, which is the combination of virtual machine monitor and hardware platform. For example, VMware running on an x86 computer is a virtual environment. See virtual machine and virtualization.

(2) See virtual reality and Second Life.
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The firms utilized a variety of virtual EPC and IMS equipment and frameworks supplied by ZTE to test end-to-end VoLTE facilities in a virtualized environment making use of equipment from various merchants.
Wright notes that Seattle Children's Hospital has a large virtualized environment with about 5,500 zero-client devices.
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It is this ability to aggregate which underpins the management simplification benefit of a virtualized environment.
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