<div class='slidealt'>Virtualization research projects <a title='ARM multicore kvm open source' href='/en/research'>in cloud and embedded systems</a></div> <div class='slidealt'>Virtualization solutions for heterogeneous <a title='ARMv7-ARMv8 virtualization open source solutions' href='/en/solutions'>ARM multicore systems</a></div> <div class='slidealt'>Benefit from custom <a title='kvm on arm services full virtualization' href='/en/services'>virtualization services</a></div> <div class='slidealt'>Experience kvm <a title='virtualization for embedded heterogeneous arm core platforms' href='/en/products'>virtualization extensions</a></div> <div class='slidealt'>KVM on ARMv7 and ARMv8 <a title='kvm-on-arm open source smu extensions' href='/en/solutions/guides/vfio-on-arm/'>IOMMU full virtualization</a></div>

Partnerships to drive innovation in open source KVM

partnerships in virtualization to support innovation for kvm on arm, QoS and real-time in virtual machines

Strategic partnerships are focused on driving continuous innovation in open source virtualization technologies, to deliver solutions that maximize usability, security, competitiveness in all growing market segments, from connected objects to automotive, from mobile to smart residential consumer, from cloud to networking virtualization. That's why Virtual Open Systems is an active member in different consortiums and research projects.

Member in leading communities to enable virtualized connected objects

Open Virtual Alliance (OVA) is a consortium of leading virtualization, datacenter, and cloud solution providers, committed to accelerate the adoption of open virtualization technologies such as the low-cost, super secure and infinitely scalable KVM. The tremendous growth in OVA membership denotes the interest and potential for KVM in expanding markets such as the KVM-on-ARM introduced by Virtual Open Systems.

ETSI Industry Specification Group (ISG) for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), a consortium of some of the world’s largest carriers and Telco’s aiming to cut their opex and capex by evolving standard IT virtualization. NFV enables to run network functions in a virtual environment by replacing proprietary hardware with Common-Off-The-Shelf high volume, lower cost and scalable servers. Virtual Open Systems is contributing to the NFV specifications that will enable the roll-out of new network services, with specific focus on KVM.

Virtual Open Systems is contributing to the linux KVM, and QEMU open source communities and with strategic partners is developing customized extensions for virtualized smart edge devices and connected objects integrating Quality of Service (QoS), Real Time (RT) and security constraints in virtual machines.

Virtual Open Systems is part of the ARM Connected Community, which is a global network of more than 1,000 companies aligned to provide a complete ecosystem to the ARM processors. Virtual Open Systems offers state-of-the-art and power-efficient KVM-on-ARM virtualization solutions, tools and open source technology services for products based on the 32bits and 64bits ARM architectures.