You might want virtualisation but you still need a string of 'nines
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"You can't sacrifice performance just to have virtualisation," says Glenn Seiler, vice president, product management networking solutions at 'real time' specialist Wind River, a subsidiary of Intel. "You still have to have 5 or 6 nines."
Wind River has announced a 'hardened' NFV platform for ISVs to run their more critical, deterministic applications on. "It's hardened or real-time virtualisation that will drive performance," Glenn tells Martyn Warwick.