Thanks for your reply. VMWare calls it "VMware MVP (Mobile Virtualization Platform)
". Trying to get information is only possible when calling (I'm not in the States so no go) or giving them personal contact information. So, if it is "real" virtualization or not is out of my scope. I also know that Smart phones are not x86 architecture. My question is, does Oracle plan on developing a virtualization solution for Android (it is based on a Linux kernel, isn't it?), or better, for smart phones in general? A "yes", "no" or a "maybe" from an Oracle representative would suffice to quell the thirst of my curiosity.