Greg Howard from Avanade Australia has been doing some work with Windows Server 2008 RC0 recently. He’s been doing some proof of concept projects for some of Australia’s biggest businesses on the use of Windows Server virtualization. In newly released news the name was officially released as Hyper-V at TechEd IT Forum in Barcelona.

In his words “…Windows Server virtualization now supports 64 bit guests, we have found it to be stable for a beta product and seems to be more responsive than Virtual Server R2. All of these things makes it well worth a look.…”