XenSource

XenSource

A software company founded in 2004 by Ian Pratt, Nick Gault and Moshe Bar, who developed the open source Xen virtual machine monitor (the Xen hypervisor). XenSource managed the open source project until 2008, when it was turned over to Xen.org (www.xen.org). XenSource's enterprise version was acquired by Citrix and renamed XenServer. See XenServer and Xen.
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She has also worked in the legal departments at Asera, Prism Solutions and Lam Research and provided legal counsel to XenSource.
Charles previously served as CFO at eMeter and XenSource Inc.
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(Nasdaq:CTXS), the global leader in application delivery infrastructure announced the general availability of Citrix XenServer(tm) 4.1, the product line's first release since Citrix completed the acquisition of XenSource in late 2007.
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a firm, XenSource, with $6 million of venture backing.
Xen is the industry-standard open source infrastructure virtualization software created and maintained by the founders of XenSource, Inc., and developed collaboratively by 20 of the world's most innovative data center solution vendors.