How To Get Started With Embedded Virtualization

By Mark Hermeling

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Embedded virtualization provides a lot of benefits. Being able to consolidate multiple workloads on a single multi-core device helps reduce capital expenses and operating expenses, something that is on everybody’s mind.

However, new technology can be a bit daunting. Wind River has published a white paper with ten steps that you should think about when embarking on your first embedded virtualization project.

The first big topic to explore is what operating systems you would like to use. The above video shows how easy it is to combine VxWorks, Linux, as well as Windows on GE Intelligent Platform Magic1.

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