Virtualization is becoming ever more common during the Covid-19 outbreak, even for complex technologies like emulation, and showing its strengths.
How the digital twin can fuel automotive verification flows impossible in the real world.
Richard Pugh shows how the fast-growing market for drone silicon highlights emulation's power where high data volumes are critical.
How virtualization and integration with hardware testers are enabling networking SoCs in the billion-gate era.
Analysts say there is a $1B market on the horizon. We talk with Mentor's Jean-Marie Brunet about where such a number could come from.
The fourth installment discusses the extra levels of debug capability available when using virtual prototypes through the example of an ARM big.LITTLE-based embedded system.
If you're going to be working on any aspect of multicore embedded system design, a newly published book titled "Real World Multicore Embedded Systems" will be an excellent guide.
How Cadence, Intel and Xuropa accelerated the semiconductor design process by squeezing 15% more capacity out of a virtualized server farm
The use of multicore processors is on the rise to meet inexorable demand for increasingly sophisticated functionality in embedded systems. Hardware virtualization technology provides a complementary and game-changing approach to maximizing the utility of that extra silicon horsepower. The Power Architecture has included hardware virtualization support since 2001 in its server-based instruction set architecture (ISA). [...]
New separation kernels and embedded hypervisors can help ease the pain of migrating legacy systems to new hardware platforms, including multicore processing systems. Bringing multiple OSs and applications on to the same hardware also opens up new possibilities for combining systems that offer real-time performance within a familiar GUI environment. The LynxSecure separation kernel and […]