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3 Feb, 2014

Colin Walls Complexity never, in itself, impresses me. I am impressed people’s ability to understand complex ideas and create complex machines, but a truly elegant and simple solution is always what gives me most pleasure. This might beg the question as to why I work in software – a business well known for creating incredibly complex things. I often ask myself the same question. Systems where there … Read More

OSEK, MISRA C, OSEK/VDX, Embedded Hypervisor, Linux, mentor embedded hypervisor, GENIVI, hypervisor

2 Dec, 2013

Colin Walls In the light of recent announcement of Mentor Embedded Hypervisor and discussions about embedded hypervisor technology, I am pleased to have another opportunity to host the ramblings [his word] of my colleague Faheem Sheikh. I would question his implying that it is easy to make a perfect cheese omelette from a recipe … An oft-cited analogy for software working out-of-the-box (OOTB) is that of … Read More

Multicore, TrustZone, hypervisor, Embedded Hypervisor, multi-core, Multi-OS, Linux, mentor embedded hypervisor

25 Nov, 2013

Colin Walls I recently discussed hypervisor technology and how it is being applied in embedded systems. This coincided with Mentor Embedded’s announcement of Mentor Embedded Hypervisor. I described what a hypervisor is and something about how it works, but I did not address applications for hypervisors – where they are used and why. The initial announcement that I quoted, was focused on using hypervisors … Read More

Nucleus, Multicore, hypervisor, Embedded Hypervisor, multi-core, Multi-OS, Linux, mentor embedded hypervisor

11 Nov, 2013
Embedded Software

Embedded hypervisors

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls Some technologies, it seems to me, should not really exist. They do, however, because they address a specific need. Typically, such technologies stretch something to make it perform in a way that was not originally intended. An example would be the fax machine. In a paper-based office environment, there was a frequent need to move documents from A to B. Initially, this resulted in the mail. But fax … Read More

Nucleus, Multicore, Embedded Hypervisor, ARM, multi-core, Multi-OS, hypervisor, mentor embedded hypervisor

Embedded Software

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