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  • Virtualization
     → February 2014
    Embedded virtualization: Latest trends and techniques

    Embedded virtualization: Latest trends and techniques

    Curt Schwaderer (Editorial Director)
    Virtualization technology and its impact on the embedded segment.

    RTOS
     → March 2014

    Real-time operating systems in the cloud era: Revolution or evolution?

    Curt Schwaderer (Editorial Director)
    Decades-old RTOS technology is still going strong, and is responding to new trends and advances to meet today’s embedded system needs.

    embedded virtualization
     → October 2013
    Embedded virtualization protects legacy investment

    Embedded virtualization protects legacy investment

    Robert Day (LynuxWorks)
    Embedded developers can now take advantage of a real-time embedded virtualization technology that can help protect their legacy software investment as they move to new hardware platforms. This gives embedded developers the same benefits as IT organizations that have been running legacy Operating Sys... [read more]

    Virtualization
     → Summer 2010

    Using a separation kernel to add military-grade security to legacy systems

    Stuart Fisher (LynuxWorks, Inc.)
    Security is fast becoming a prerequisite in today’s software systems and nowhere more so than when dealing with software reuse. A challenge for the software designer is how to integrate modern military-grade software programs into legacy software designed long before security standards were predomin... [read more]

    RTOS
     → May 2010
    Secure virtualization combines traditional desktop OSs and embedded RTOSs in military embedded systems

    Secure virtualization combines traditional desktop OSs and embedded RTOSs in military embedded systems

    Robert Day (LynuxWorks)
    Microsoft Windows can run on the same system as Linux and RTOS, with each having its own secure partition and running applications at different security classifications. For the next generation of military embedded systems, the combination of LynxSecure and Intel hardware allows the ultimate in flex... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → October 2018
    The future of military systems is software-defined and virtualized

    The future of military systems is software-defined and virtualized

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    Software-defined open virtualization solutions are a smart way to implement next-gen military systems: They're easier to maintain and enable future software and hardware upgrades with minimal risks, costs, and downtime.

    Military/Aerospace
     → October 2010

    Next-generation multicore hypervisors accelerate legacy software migration in A&D systems

    Chip Downing (Wind River)
    The challenge of maintaining deployed systems in Aerospace and Defense (A&D) can span long life cycles that integrate legacy platforms with new capabilities, while continuing to drive down Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) demands. Deploying systems based upon advanced multicore processors executing mi... [read more]

     → 11th Edition

    Faster Flows for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)

    Prashant Sharma, Systems Architect (Radisys Corporation)
    Achieve New Performance Levels on Standard Servers

    Virtualization
     → August 2010

    What is the next embedded evolution?

    Mark Hermeling (Wind River)
    Multicore and virtualization are changing the way people design next-generation embedded systems.

    Virtualization
     → February 2014

    Virtualization's impact on mobile devices and the IoT

    Micha Rave (Red Bend Software)
    Experts from Red Bend Software describe how virtualization can have a positive impact on connectivity challenges in the IoT.

    Cloud
     → Spring 2014
    Deploying the telecom cloud in six steps

    Deploying the telecom cloud in six steps

    Eric Gregory (Radisys Corporation)
    A look at how the telecom cloud can leverage Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technologies to realize the same success as the data center.

    Security
     → December 2014

    Securing data on connected embedded devices

    Warren Kurisu (Mentor Graphics); Felix Baum (Mentor Graphics)
    Securing data on connected embedded devices is a top priority among software developers and architects today. It seems with every passing week another major data breach is announced. Embedded software developers are quickly gaining the tools and technology to design safer, more secure connected devi... [read more]

     → 13th Edition

    Delivering Elasticity to the Mobile Edge

    Peter Marek, Senior Director, x86 Solutions (Advantech Networks & Communications Group)
    Innovative Edge Platform Extends NFV to the Access Network

    Software
     → January 2008

    Advances in virtualization aid information assurance

    Peter Carlston (Intel and LynuxWorks)
    The cohesive benefits virtualization offers are now being extended to secure environments, obviating the need for physical hardware separation between secure applications and nonsecure applications.

    Virtualization
     → November 2010
    White Paper: The importance of defragmentation in virtualized environments

    White Paper: The importance of defragmentation in virtualized environments

    Staff (Osterman Research and Diskeeper Corporation)
    Virtualization is used for myriad applications including melding legacy with new offerings and the secure with the nonsecure, in addition to providing savings in physical hardware space and expense. However, the issue of fragmentation can slow system performance in a virtualized environment. But the... [read more]

    Multicore
     → March 2009
    White Paper: Applying Multicore and Virtualization to Industrial and Safety-Related Applications

    White Paper: Applying Multicore and Virtualization to Industrial and Safety-Related Applications

    Staff (Wind River Systems, Inc.)
    Multi-core and virtualization provide the opportunity to improve device performance, reduce costs through hardware consolidation and upgrade applications more cost effectively throughout the product lifecycle.

    AdvancedTCA
     → Summer 2014
    Pitted against pizza boxes: AdvancedTCA in the \

    Pitted against pizza boxes: AdvancedTCA in the "datacom" environment

    Brandon Lewis (Assistant Managing Editor)
    Jacques Houde explains how AdvancedTCA fits in next-generation network architectures.

    Atom
     → December 2010
    White Paper: Delivering Deterministic, Real-Time Performance with a Low Cost Intel Atom Processor-based Platform

    White Paper: Delivering Deterministic, Real-Time Performance with a Low Cost Intel Atom Processor-based Platform

    Staff (Intel); Staff (TenAsys)
    An entry-level board uses virtualization to consolidate general purpose and real-time applications - reliably and securely - thereby reducing product cost, design complexity and time to market.

    Software Defined Networking
     → May 2014
    Scallop fishing with SDN

    Scallop fishing with SDN

    Brandon Lewis (Assistant Managing Editor)
    Software Defined Networking (SDN) can help Internet of Things (IoT) networks prioritize key, mission-critical data.

    Security
     → July 2007

    Multilevel security in tightly coupled military systems: Virtualization as a path to MLS

    Diana L. Hecht, PhD (Rydal Research and Development Inc.)
    The authors discuss Multi-Level Security (MLS) systems and virtualization and present an example of how they can be utilized in COTS network protocols via security labels and specialized processing structures.

     → 11th Edition

    Cloud Computing in the Network Data Center

    Jesse Chiang, Chief Architect (Lanner Electronics)
    Optimize Carrier-Class Servers for Software-Defined Networking

    High performance
     → March 2008
    White Paper: Sun Netra™ CoolThreads™ Servers and Zeus Technology

    White Paper: Sun Netra™ CoolThreads™ Servers and Zeus Technology

    Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Sun Microsystems, Inc.)
    Carrier-grade load balancing and application traffic management optimized with the Sun Unified Network Platform

    Multicore
     → June 2011
    White Paper: Beyond Virtualization: The MontaVista Approach to Multi-core SoC Resource Allocation and Control

    White Paper: Beyond Virtualization: The MontaVista Approach to Multi-core SoC Resource Allocation and Control

    Patrick MacCartee (MontaVista)
    This paper outlines an approach to using a number of known Linux technologies to deliver a highly configurable, scalable, and virtualized Linux environment that includes a very low overhead run-time capability that can match bare-machine and/or RTOS performance.

    Multicore
     → March/April 2008
    Optimizing multicore SFFs for rugged military environments

    Optimizing multicore SFFs for rugged military environments

    Christine Van De Graaf (Kontron)
    Multicore technologies, including hyper-threading, virtualization and multi-threading, are helping Small Form Factors (SFFs) meet the tough requirements of modern military applications.

    Real time
     → April 2004

    Ending the real-time development tax

    Ross Wheeler (DoubleWide Software)
    Embedded developers can now look forward to real-time development tax breaks from virtualization and other technologies designed to improve their development environment.

    Multicore
     → 2008 Resource Guide

    Virtualization enables multicore platforms for real-time embedded systems

    Paul Fischer (TenAsys)
    Developers need a different approach to virtual machine management to support the latest I/O hardware enhancements and yield maximum performance in deterministic processing environments.

    Multicore
     → Fall 2007

    Cost-reduce your embedded system using multicore processors

    Paul Fischer (TenAsys Corporation)
    Embedded systems developers can reduce multiple embedded systems into a single hardware platform by allocating CPU cores in a multicore processor to dedicated real-time tasks.

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