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To recap, the new features of this release are:
- Support for physical computers with up to 8 physical processors
- Support for using up to 1TB of physical memory (virtual machines can use up to 64GB each)
- Support for clustering
- Support for live migration
- Support for CPU Core Parking
- Core Parking allows Windows and Hyper-V to consolidate processing onto the fewest number of possible processor cores, and suspends inactive processor cores.
- Support for Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) in CPUs
- On Intel processors this is called “EPT” while AMD calls it “NPT”. SLAT adds a second level of paging below the architectural x86/x64 paging tables in x86/x64 processors, providing an indirection layer from virtual machine memory access to the physical memory access. In many virtualization scenarios, hardware based SLAT support can offer performance improvements.
- Support for VMQ, Jumbo Frames and other optimizations on networking
- The ability to hot add / remove SCSI virtual hard disks