We are pleased to announce the release of ACRN™ Hypervisor version 1.3 which introduces a number of new features.
What’s New in Release Version 1.3
- Introduced the`acrn-config` tool to configure the VM and hypervisor from a XML configuration file at build time. See ACRN Configuration Tool Manual
- OVMF supports Graphics Output Protocol (GOP), allowing Windows logo at guest VM boot time.
- Platform-level coordinated graceful shutdown (S5) for User VMs.
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We are pleased to announce the release of ACRN™ Hypervisor version 1.2 which introduces a number of new features.
What’s New in Release Version 1.2
- Support for OVMF as virtual boot loader for Service VM to launch Clearlinux, VxWorks or Windows. Secure boot is also supported
- Support for Kata containers.
- Windows as a Guest (WaaG): USB host (xHCI) mediator
- Virtualization support for Always Running Timer (ART)
- Various bug fixes and enhancements
See the full release notes and latest documentation for more information about this 1.2 release…
Project ACRN documentation, organized around your interest with ACRN as an end user, developer, and contributor….
Big changes are coming to the world of hypervisors. The open source Project ACRN is a device hypervisor targeting Edge and IoT devices. ACRN supports multiple Operating Systems (OSes) with diverse software stacks and a variety of workloads to run on the same platform enabling significant workload consolidation. Its small footprint means that it can be used in resource constrained environments. As Functional Safety (FuSa) hypervisors are being increasingly relied on to handle multiple workloads with speed and security,..
The 1st Open Source IoT Projects Seminar was held on June 11-12 in Shanghai hosted at the Intel Zizhu Office. This is a new event and the first time that we have run a community meeting focused on promoting open source projects in the IoT arena. Themed ‘Open Source Drives IoT, From Device to Edge’, and sponsored in collaboration with the ACRN, AliOS, Celadon, Clear Linux, ROS 2, StarlingX and Zephyr projects,..
We are pleased to announce the release of ACRN™ Hypervisor version 1.1 which introduces Hybrid Mode and support for Zephyr, VxWorks and Windows as new Guest Operating Systems.
In this reference release, we use Clear Linux* as the Service OS (SOS) and User OS (UOS). Android* and other Linux* based OSes can also be used as a UOS.
See the full release notes and latest documentation for more information about this 1.1 release…
The 1st PRC IoT Open Source Projects Seminar will be held from June 11 to 12, 2019，We are very pleased to invite you to attend the Event in Shanghai.
Open source is now mainstream in all software stack, Intel is leading open source software development which covers a large span of technologies from virtualization, real-time, security and safety etc. Numerous IoT innovations can benefit from these open source projects, from device to edge to cloud with Intel platforms…
HopeRun Software announced that it has become a strategic software partner of the open source technology Project ACRN, which will be a key component of its virtualization strategy. This is another major development for HopeRun Software’s IoT engagement. They have added support for 74 chip-level capabilities on the HiHope platform which will have a significant impact in the field of embedded virtualization such as in-vehicle, power management, and retail.
ACRN: Embedded Virtualization Open Source Platform for IoT
IoT virtualization is faced with three major challenges…
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