MNIS Technologies has developed an embedded hypervisor (type 1) for the ARM family architecture, X-HYP Hypervisor.
It lets you run
multiple operating systems at the same time on a single platform while ensuring a hardware-based isolation between them.
of embedded virtualization allows device manufacturers to design a single solution that easily scales from low-core-count CPUs to
high-core-count systems as processing needs dictate.
In safety-critical systems, the safety-certified and noncertified components
of the system traditionally must be physically separate, usually requiring multiple individual systems to achieve such separation.
virtualization and multi-core CPUs offer the opportunity to move existing application stacks to new platforms without the efforts
necessary to port single-core applications to multi-core CPUs. It opens up new opportunities for cost savings through hardware consolidation.
A realtime hypervisor for embedded systems