ACRN Project at Open Source Summit/IoT Summit/Embedded Linux Conference Europe

The ACRN Project made a splash at the Open Source Summit/Embedded Linux Conference Europe/OpenIoT Summit in October in Edinburgh, UK. In addition to being featured in an ongoing demo in the Intel booth at the conference, project architect Eddie Dong presented ACRN: A Big Little Hypervisor for IoT Development to a packed room with 112 attendees.

ACRN continues to be very well-received in automotive, industrial,..

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AliOS 2.0 Guest OS Support in ACRN

Since its release in March, we’ve seen lots of interests from the developer community and industry partners on the ACRN project. As a flexible, lightweight reference hypervisor, built with real-time and safety-criticality in mind, ACRN is optimized to streamline embedded development through an open source platform. It provides a framework for industry leaders to build an open source embedded hypervisor specifically for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The newly launched AliOS 2.0 is an IoT operating system developed by Alibaba for multiple devices…

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ACRN Showcase at Alibaba Computing Conference 2018

Demonstration of Next Generation E-Cockpit System on AliOS

Themed “Empower Digital China”, the  4 day Computing Conference 2018 opened this week in Hangzhou, China. There were over 170 leading-edge industry forums, gathering 450 companies and more than 60,000 elite IT professionals attending. The companies and guests exchanged ideas in the hot fields of cloud computing, big data, AI, etc.

Intel’s exhibition area at Computing Conference 2018

As strategic partner of the Computing Conference 2018,..

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ACRN Version 0.1 is Here with Some Big Feature Additions!

We have been busy working on project ACRN since its launch in March earlier this year. We are now excited to share the details with you on our latest release of ACRN – version 0.1, on July 17, 2018. This release comes packed with an exciting list of new features, tools, and support for additional hardware.

We are happy to announce that, in addition to the original Intel Apollo Lake NUC we launched with,..

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ServerWatch: ACRN Arrives on the Scene as a Mini Hypervisor for IIoT

Hypervisors are pretty complex pieces of software, and that means new ones don’t appear on the scene very often — although a few new hypervisors designed for container environments have hit the headlines in the last year or so.

But alongside containers, there is one other area of technology that has been touted to become huge in the next few years, and that’s the Internet of Things (IoT), which includes the potentially mega-huge Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)…

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Wrap-Up: ACRN Hypervisor Meet-Up in Shanghai

By Hongbo Wang, Cherry Wang and Xiaolan Wang on behalf of The ACRN Meetup Team

Executive Summary

The first ACRN Community meet-up was held on June 14, 2018 in Shanghai, hosted by Intel. There was a total of 118 attendees with representative from various companies & industry segments, e.g. Shanghai GM, Mentor, Archemind, Huawei, Bosch, Ruijie, and more to name a few.

The meetup was a great event to bring the community up-to-speed on ACRN usage,..

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The Linux Foundation: Crack Open ACRN – A Device Hypervisor Designed for IoT

This article was produced by The Linux Foundation with contributions from Eddie Dong, Principle Engineer of Intel Open Source Center.

As the Internet of Things has grown in scale, IoT developers are increasingly expected to support a range of hardware resources, operating systems, and software tools/applications. This is a challenge given many connected devices are size-constrained. Virtualization can help meet these broad needs, but existing options don’t offer the right mix of size,..

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Harman’s New-Generation Intelligent Cockpit – Based on Intel’s Computing Platform

This article was first released on TMTPost (钛媒体), a Chinese media/news outlet focusing on technology, media and telecom industries on April 27, 2018 in Mandarin. This is the translated version of the news article.

When the automobile is seen as a mobility tool with more intelligent and connected attributes, developing a model with premium experiences is no longer simply the business of automobile manufacturers. A growing number of technology companies and suppliers are beginning to shift their mindset,..

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