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The big no-show at VMworld San Francisco in August was a vSphere upgrade. Virtzilla launched a vSphere beta without ever quite saying what version was being tested, and the conference passed with few mentions about the content of the new version. While it was widely known – and occasionally stated in public that the beta was …

  1. Nate Amsden

    maybe too early

    vmware seems to have yanked the blog post you pointed to.

    I assume when you say mobile broadband you mean LTE... I could of sworn my latency even on LTE was well above 100ms on every occasion, but I could be wrong.

    I do certainly have less latency between our main data centers in Amsterdam and Atlanta though, hovers at around 90-95ms most of the time. Not that I need to vmotion between them.

    1. Sandtitz Silver badge

      Re: LTE latency

      FYI, reports my LTE latency (at the moment) as 20-25ms, and I've seen even lower latencies.

      10 pings to (13 hops) averaged 56ms, ranging from 47ms to 66ms.

      Perhaps your ISP just doesn't offer good service?

  2. A Non e-mouse Silver badge

    vCentre UI

    Oh please let's hope that they've replaced that awful Flash UI with something decent based on HTML & AJAX.

  3. Fuzz

    NFS v4

    Any news on an update to NFS?

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