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But what if, rather than ditching their old computer and buying a new one, people had the option of connecting over the web to a powerful virtual computer running on super-fast, state-of-the-art servers, one that would take over the processing legwork from their tired old PC, and allow them to run programs their own machine just couldn’t hack?

Enter the new Ukrainian startup Sixa, which has created a service that does exactly that. Via Sixa, users can hook up over the internet to a powerful virtual PC from their own computer, laptop, netbook, tablet, smartphone, or practically any device connected to the web.

Sixa’s head of business development, Kateryna Kondrunina, says the new service could be a real breakthrough in computer engineering, and one that could pose hardware developers a problem.

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