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Article: The Rise of the Type Zero Hypervisor

The use of virtualization in security- and reliability-critical applications like mil/aero has been hindered by the limitations of traditional hypervisors. LynuxWork’s latest Embedded Innovator article shows how a new “Type 0″ hypervisor addresses these issues with a minimized architecture that provides a smaller attack surface and more reliable operation. This new architecture also has the flexibility to use any OS as well as bare-metal applications.

 

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Hypervisor Size Comparison Chart: This diagram shows Type Zero having the smallest code size, ideal for embedded systems.

 

virtualization.pngFor more articles like this, subscribe to the Embedded Innovator. Subscribers receive a bi-annual magazine and quarterly newsletter with the latest industry trends and design ideas. To learn more about virtualization for embedded devices, visit intel.com/go/embedded-virtualization.

 

 

 

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Kenton Williston

Roving Reporter (Intel Contractor), Intel® Intelligent Systems Alliance

Editor-In-Chief Embedded Innovator magazine

Follow me on Twitter: @kentonwilliston

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