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VirtualLogix Founder to Present Advancements in Virtualization for Mobile Industry at LinuxWorld 2008

VirtualLogix, Inc.:


As the use of virtualization in embedded systems continues to rise, organizations face the unique challenges these environments pose. In the presentation, "Real-Time Virtualization for the Connected World: From Back-End   Datacenters to Front-End Devices," Michel Gien, founder of VirtualLogix, will explore the distinct difference between traditional data center virtualization and real-time virtualization for embedded devices. Gien will outline the    benefits and challenges of incorporating real-time virtualization into embedded device designs and provide real-life examples to illustrate how it is speeding the adoption of open source technology, such as Linux, in connected    devices. 

Prior to this presentation, Gien will participate in a panel discussion on embedded virtualization. The panel will examine the drivers for adoption of virtualization in embedded and mobile applications, explore how embedded virtualization differs from its enterprise counterpart and address the issue of real traction and adoption trends for this technology in emerging intelligent devices designs. 

"Real-Time Virtualization for the Connected World: From Back-End Datacenters to Front-End Devices" Thursday, August 7, 2008  11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (PT)  
"Embedded Virtualization: Killer App Enabler or Atomic Fly Swatter"  Thursday, August 7, 2008  10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. (PT) 

2008 LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, San Francisco  Monday, August 4 - Thursday, August 7, 2008 

With more than 30 years of experience, Michel Gien has helped establish VirtualLogix as the global leader in real-time virtualization for connected devices. His passion for technology, his work with customers, and his commitment to excellence are the foundation of VirtualLogix's culture. Prior to co-founding VirtualLogix as its first CEO in August 2002, Gien was co-founder, general manager and chief technology officer of Chorus Systems. He became the first Distinguished Engineer outside North America at Sun Microsystems when they acquired Chorus Systems in 1997. Prior to founding Chorus Systems, Gien held positions at INRIA (French public IT research center) and CNET (France Telecom's research labs). He founded, co-chaired then chaired the European Unix Association (EUUG then EurOpen) from 1980 to 1990.  

VirtualLogix is at the forefront of the next wave of virtualization, moving the technology out of the back-end data center and into front-end connected devices, such as mobile phones, set-top boxes, VoIP systems, WiMax base stations and soft switches. The Company's real-time virtualization products deliver compelling value propositions and wide applicability. 

Published Monday, July 28, 2008 7:34 PM by David Marshall
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