<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>

Scientific contributions in open source virtualization

Research and innovation to support kvm on arm custom extensions

scientific contribution and research in embedded systems virtualization to support kvm on arm virtualization extensions

Research projects in virtualization with universities and industry as well the standardization activities, in which Virtual Open systems is involved, are driving the innovation of KVM virtualization for heterogeneous ARM based multiprocessor System-On-Chip (MPSoC). The diverse and international nature of Virtual Open Systems' collaborations is an asset that facilitates concrete innovation and scientific contributions through articles, guides and video demos. As a matter of fact, Virtual Open Systems has been recognized in 2012 by the French Ministry of Finance as Innovating Start-up Company (JEI label).

scientific contributions for innovation in open source virtualization

Virtual Open Systems carries on high-impact applied research to address the most important challenges and opportunities facing the open source virtualization in the coming years, from embedded systems to connected objects, from servers to networking, from mobile to automotive. The research activities carried on by Virtual Open Systems can and should be leveraged to the benefit of its customers, partners and the open source communities related to linux.