Archive For February, 2010

3 articles

The Beauty Of Partitioning

Developing for multicore often asks for new approaches to architecting embedded systems. A low-core-count multicore processor, say a 2 or 4 core processor, could be configured to use a single operating system in a SMP configuration. This would give one single OS control over both cores and is often a valid configuation. The OS should have features such as core…

Wind River Hypervisor 1.1

As you would expect from a market leader like Wind River, we have been busy, extremely busy. Busy with talking to customers and helping them define how they plan to adopt multicore and virtualization in their roadmaps, but also busy with progressing our own roadmap.Today we are announcing Wind River Hypervisor 1.1, with added support for the Intel Nehalem micro…

Blog Article: Boundaries are disappearing

Ok, so I got a little bit of flak verbally, through email and Skype for unilaterally declaring 2010 the year of embedded virtualization. People seem to agree though, it is a hot technology, and a technology that can change the way that we develop embedded systems.This post by George Zimmerman talks about how integration of technologies leads to inflection points…