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  • Since I am going to be working with high-end systems anyways.......

    what would be the pro's and con's of implementing a completely virtual home user experience?

    pros:

    -no need for any security, and could be completely isolated from the locked down host machine, right?

    cons:

    -high performance at a high cost


    pros:

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    seamless experiences from one platform to another with dissimilar hardware specs on the fly

    cons:

    -another crazy idea


    lemme know what you guys think


    Friday, June 29, 2007 1:31 AM

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  • First off, lay down the marketing textbook, lay off the buzz words, and try to say what you mean.  Seriously, this is getting old.

     

    So, what exactly is a "virtual home user experience"?  You going to sell them a cardboard box, draw a pretty green grass field on it with crayon, and market it as a "Virtual Desktop"?

     

    Why wouldn't you need security?  You still have to protect the data stream, don't you?  And how do you completely isolate the client from the host, if it's a virtual remote client?  If they are completely isolated, then they have no interaction at all... kinda defeats the purpose doesn't it?

     

    "seamless experiences from one platform to another with dissimilar hardware specs on the fly" - I'm not even sure what this means...  If you mean the same experience on different hardware platforms, we have that today, it's called Java.  And what does that have to do with "on the fly"?!

     

    Seriously dude, stop trolling and spamming this board, and go back to your classes and studying; it's VERY obvious you need it!  (and drop the marketing classes, pick up a comp sci class instead, then you can spew out industry terms, instead of marketing terms)

    Friday, June 29, 2007 10:10 PM