If the advantage to software isn’t enough for avid and eager developers to lap this technology up, time virtualization has proven to be a God sent gift to hardware as well. Here are some ways by which time virtualization aids hardware:
1. Time virtualization eases the load applied on hardware when heavy applications are tested. As many clocks are used, the hardware has less software to wade through together, and hence it can relieve itself of some stress.
2. It reduces budget and hardware costs as you can work your way around faster and easier where software is concerned.
3. Because you virtualize the system clock, you get as many virtual “system clocks” as you need without having to buy additional servers.
Time virtualization has been a huge boon to the developing community since ages to come, finding takers among notable developers in huge companies. With almost every banking system, operating system and some other active directories applying this amazing utility, we simply can’t praise time virtualization too much.