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Investing in embedded systems virtualization research

research in embedded systems virtualization to support kvm on arm virtualization extensions

Virtual Open Systems is investing in research and development on the Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor for the ARM based processors. The company is involved in several international European and national consortium projects driving the future evolutions and extensions of open source KVM-on-ARM hypervisor, while reinforcing international partnerships with leading companies and first class academic research centers.

These research projects, that the company is involved in, cover important aspects of the embedded systems virtualization for several market segments (automotive, consumer, networking, servers, mobile) for which the adoption of virtualization technology has become a must. Another important aspect strengthening the commitment of the company to research and innovation is represented by its continuous scientific contribution and dissemination through articles, guides and video demos covering key areas relating with virtualization for heterogeneous embedded systems.