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The Virtual Open Systems video demos to virtualize ARM multicore platforms

Near-native performance KVM virtualized guest vs Qemu's TCG

virtualization video demos for heterogeneous embedded multicore systems and armv8 servers

Virtual Open Systems demonstrates a direct comparison, between two identical virtual machines virtualized by different methods on a ARM Cortex-A15 real hardware. On one side KVM-on-ARM is used to run a fully virtualized guest, while on the other side the guest is emulated with QEMU's TCG. Near-native performance is achieved by KVM while TCG cannot cope with the load. The demo has been performed on a Versatile Express board equipped with a dual core Cortex-A15 (TC1) processor at 1.2 GHz and 1 GB of RAM. Virtual Open Systems provides virtualization solutions and custom porting services for ARM-based heterogeneous multicore systems for embedded markets, from mobile to automotive, from server to NFV networking markets.

Near-Native Performance Kvm Virtualized Guest Vs Qemu's Tcg Emulation makes direct comparison between two identical virtual machines virtualized by different methods on a ARM Cortex-A15 real hardware: KVM-on-ARM shows near-native performance vs Qemu's TCG emulation