Virtualization is altering the ways we design embedded systems. Virtual machines (VMs) allow system architects to use multiple operating systems, and thus design without compromise. This flexibility benefits not only the system architect, but the enterprise as a whole-reducing costs, maximizing efficiency, and resulting in greater advantages in performance and time-to-market. This paper provides an in-depth look at the process of virtualization and how it can be used to create new and improved high-performance devices.
- How to use virtualization to design an embedded system
- Considerations for the system architect
- Steps required to design a new device
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