Electronic Design

Virtualization Moves Onto Custom Microcontroller

Developers using Atmel’s line of microcontrollers based on its ARM-based CAP architecture (see “Chip Twists ARM With Custom Logic” at www.electronicdesign. com, ED Online 15982) can now take advantage of Trango’s Hypervisor virtualization software. CAP’s FPGA-style logic is locked down at the factory before the chips ship, but Hypervisor works on these as well as the FPGA-base development and starter kits from Atmel. The real-time Hypervisor allows multiple client operating systems such as Linux to run on a CAP micro.

ATMEL • www.atmel.com
TRANGO • www.trango-vp.com

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