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On Mar 13, 2018, 16:54, at 16:54, Paul Flint <fl...@flint.com> wrote:
>Dear David,
>
>In Sacramento about to give Visual Bash presentation to SHARE West...
>
>Wish me luck!
>
>Flint
>
>On Mar 13, 2018 3:36 PM, "Dave Jones" <djo...@itconline.com> wrote:
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>                SUBJECT:
>              [Linux_adult_swim] The Linux Foundation Announces an Open
>Source
>Reference Hypervisor Project Designed for IoT Device
>
>                DATE:
>                03.13.2018 8:43 AM
>
>                FROM:
>                Kevin Cole <dc.l...@gmail.com>
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>                TO:
>           Adult Swim <linux_adult_s...@docbox.flint.com>, HacDC Public
>Discussion <blab...@hacdc.org>
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>​https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-linux-
>foundation-announces-an-open-source-reference-hypervisor-
>project-designed-for-iot-device-development-300612829.html
>[3]
>
>prnewswire.com [3]
>
>THE LINUX FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES AN OPEN SOURCE REFERENCE HYPERVISOR
>PROJECT DESIGNED FOR IOT DEVICE
>
>The Linux Foundation
>
>7-8 minutes
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>
>PORTLAND, Ore., March 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Embedded
>Linux
>Conference – The Linux Foundation [4] today announced a new embedded
>reference hypervisor project called ACRN(tm) (pronounced "acorn"). With
>engineering and code contributions from Intel(R) Corporation, the
>hypervisor was built with real-time and safety-criticality in mind, and
>optimized to streamline embedded development. This project will provide
>a framework for industry leaders to build an open source embedded
>hypervisor specifically for the Internet of Things (IoT).
>
>ACRN is comprised of two main components: the hypervisor and its device
>model, complete with rich I/O mediators. Intel's experience and
>leadership in virtualization technology was key to the initial
>development of this hypervisor solution.
>
>"With project ACRN, embedded developers have a new, immediately
>available hypervisor option," said Jim Zemlin, executive director of
>The
>Linux Foundation. "ACRN's optimization for resource-constrained devices
>and focus on isolating safety-critical workloads and giving them
>priority make the project applicable across many IoT use cases. We're
>pleased to welcome project ACRN and invite embedded developers to get
>involved in the new community."
>
>Developers benefit from ACRN's small, real-time footprint, which is
>flexible enough to accommodate different uses and provides
>consideration
>for safety-critical workloads. Consolidating a diverse set of IoT
>workloads with mixed-criticality on to a single platform helps reduce
>both development and deployment costs allowing for a more streamlined
>system architecture. An example of this is the electronic control unit
>(ECU) consolidation in automotive applications. While open source
>hypervisor options are available today, none share ACRN's vision of an
>open source hypervisor solution optimized for embedded and IoT
>products.
>
>
>"ACRN will have a Linux-based service OS and the ability to
>simultaneously run multiple types of guest operating systems, providing
>a powerful solution for workload consolidation," said Imad Sousou,
>corporate vice president and general manager of the Open Source
>Technology Center, at Intel(R) Corporation. "This new project delivers
>a
>flexible, lightweight hypervisor, designed to take real-time and
>safety-critical concerns into consideration and drive meaningful
>innovation for the IoT space."
>
>ACRN will incorporate input from the open source, embedded, and IoT
>developer communities and encourages collaboration and code
>contributions to the project. Early ACRN project members include
>ADLINK(R), Aptiv(R), Intel(R) Corporation, LGE(R), and Neusoft(R)
>Corporation. To learn more about the project, visit
>https://www.projectacrn.org [5].
>
>SUPPORTING QUOTES
>
>"The lack of open source virtualization solutions for embedded,
>real-time, and safety-critical systems has been greatly hindering
>consolidation and to some extent the most interesting forms of fog
>computing," commented Angelo Corsaro, chief technology officer of
>ADLINK
>Technology Inc. "The release of ACRN as a Linux Foundation project by
>Intel will be a game changer as it brings the agility and manageability
>of virtualized environments into embedded and real-time systems. This
>will be a key enabler toward making the Industrial Internet of Things
>happen for real."
>
>"This approach from Intel fits very well within our product roadmap and
>is a welcomed approach that will meet our customers' desire to have
>more
>open source reference solutions," said Lee Bauer, vice president,
>Mobility Architecture Group of Aptiv. "Aptiv is excited to be a part of
>this new project, ACRN, and with it usher in a new era of flexibility
>and scalability for our mobility IoT product solutions."
>
>"Because ACRN will allow for faster feasibility checking of ECU
>consolidation, it will benefit our growing vehicle components
>business,"
>said Seongpyo Hong, vice president of LG Electronics. "As a result, we
>will be able to respond more quickly to OEMs' customized requirements
>and will continue to play a key role in contributing to the ACRN
>project."
>
>"As Intel's strategic partner, Neusoft is pleased to join Intel in
>project ACRN," said Meng Lingjun, vice president of Neusoft Corporation
>and the general manager of Neusoft Automotive. "ACRN has landed in
>China's automotive electronics industry with practical implementation.
>I
>believe ACRN can meet the development requirements of IoT technology.
>We're pleased to work with open source communities and introduce ACRN
>into the ecosystem."
>
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