Parallels on Wednesday announced the release of
Parallels Server Beta version 2. The update is a public beta that anyone can download.
Parallels Desktop was the first major virtualization software package for Intel Macs — it lets Intel-based Macs run Windows and Linux without having to reboot first. Parallels Server is aimed at companies and organizations looking for a virtualization system to integrate into their IT infrastructure. It works with any Intel-based Mac running Tiger or Leopard.
Parallels Server lets you run any combo of more than 50 different guest operating systems including 32-bit and 64-bit products; support of ACPI BIOS, and support for up to 64GB of RAM.