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VirtualLogix Now Integrates with New ARM Processor Virtualization Links Enabling Next-Gen Mobile Devices with Advanced Functionality, Performance & Security
VirtualLogix, Inc., now part of Red Bend Software and a leading provider of Real-Time Virtualization technology for mobile handsets, today announced immediate support and availability of its VLX mobile virtualization software for integrating with the virtualization extensions in the new ARM CortexA15 MP Core processor.

Integrating the VirtualLogix VLX hypervisor with the ARM Cortex-A15 processor’s virtualization extensions, enables silicon vendors and mobile device manufacturers to begin developing next-generation mobile devices that will significantly enhance today’s offerings in terms of functionality, performance, and security.

“Combining VLX with ARM’s virtualization extensions will enable a new generation of powerful mobile devices that outperform and out-feature anything available today,” said Glenda Dorchak, vice chairman and CEO at VirtualLogix.  “This new platform will meet the demand for future handsets with multiple personalities for enterprise, personal, business and entertainment, while ensuring protection of each personality’s assets, privacy and security.”

“Virtualization support is one of the key innovations of the ARM Cortex-A15 processor and we are pleased to partner with VirtualLogix to enable our development community to drive innovative next-generation devices that heighten user experience, unlike anything we have seen before,” said Eric Schorn, VP Marketing, Processor Division, ARM.  “Combining VLX and the Cortex-A15 processor creates a design environment that our licensees and their customers can immediately use to develop products with an array of operating systems and applications quicker and more easily.”

The VLX hypervisor required to enable virtualization in future products based on the ARM Cortex-A Series processors is currently operational on ARM’s modeling and simulation platforms.  This enables ARM licensees and their customers to immediately take advantage of ARM’s virtualization capabilities in their design activities.

Published Monday, September 13, 2010 5:35 AM by David Marshall
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