The Mentor Embedded Hypervisor allows developers to reduce costs with high performance, secure consolidation on homogeneous multicore processors.
- Built for Embedded
- Small footprint, high performance
- Type 1 Hypervisor
- Fast Boot
- Flexible scheduling
- Support for hardware virtualization extensions
- Secure by Design
- Isolate and contain critical and non-critical functions
- Secure critical information and software
- Comprehensive Solution
- Broad Guest OS and Middleware support
- Tools for Config/Build/Debug/Analyze
- Professional Services
Features and Benefits
Build high performance, highly reliable systems
Mentor Embedded Hypervisor is a small footprint Type 1 hypervisor designed and built specifically for embedded applications. The high performance enables systems to boot quickly while minimizing the impact on guest operating system execution.
Where available, hypervisor takes advantage of the virtualization capabilities built into the silicon for efficient performance.
Multicore or single core flexibility
Run the hypervisor on single or multicore homogeneous architectures, supporting asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP), symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), or a combination of both. Flexible scheduling algorithm allows for a single Virtual Machine to run on multiple homogeneous cores, or a multiple Virtual Machine to run on a single core – or multiple Virtual Machines to run on multiple homogeneous cores in a variety of configurations.
Secure by design
Enable strong isolation and containment of guest operating environments. Operating at the highest privilege level in a system the hypervisor can enforce the partitioning of memory and devices to ensure applications do not disrupt or corrupt areas of the system.
Integrated tools and analysis
Debug and solve performance problems by understanding system-wide interactions using Mentor Embedded Sourcery Analyzer, a powerful embedded design analysis solution that combines data visualization capabilities with a unique performance analysis engine. Sourcery Analyzer will help unlock new insights into today’s complex embedded systems that integrate data from multiple operating systems.
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