VMware Fusion for Mac OS X is Available to Beta Testers

Fusion – Desktop Virtualization for Mac Beta Program

What is Fusion?
Fusion is the codename for a new VMware desktop product for Mac that will enable Intel-based Macs to run x86 operating systems, such as Windows, Linux, NetWare and Solaris, in virtual machines at the same time as Mac OS X. It is built on VMware’s robust and advanced desktop virtualization platform that is used by over four million users today.

VMware has begun sending download instructions to registered beta testers.

VMware first announced its development of desktop virtualization for Intel based Macs during Apple Worldwide Developer Conference 2006.

Interested users may sign up for the beta program at:

VMware will send the beta program instructions to select applicants.

VMware was having server problems with the Fusion downloads yesterday. It has been fixed since.

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