TRANGO Virtual Processors Embeds Hypervisor In Texas Instruments’ OMAP3430 Processor

TRANGO Virtual Processors, provider of embedded virtualization IP, delivers greater isolation and portability of operating systems and drivers on the Texas Instruments OMAP 3 platform. The TRANGO Hypervisor offers a broad choice of operating system (OS) and real-time operating system (RTOS) including Linux, Windows Embedded CE, Symbian OS, eCos, uC-OSII, uITRON and other proprietary RTOS, while the OMAP 3 platform, based on ARM Cortex-A8 processor, offers up to 3X performance gain over ARM11 based processors.

Leveraging TI’s OMAP3430 multimedia applications processor, the TRANGO Hypervisor is the perfect fit for mobile platform designers who want to find the optimal balance between the effective reuse of legacy features, the development of new functionality, the secure sharing of common hardware resources, time-to-market, and cost constraints.
With secure platform virtualization, OEMs benefit from an inherently secure architecture, easier porting of a rich OS or RTOS to the hardware, and highly portable drivers. On the TI OMAP3430 processor the TRANGO Hypervisor offers the ability for OEMs to reduce or even eliminate driver changes in moving from one OS platform to another OS platform, with a positive impact on the resultant development and validation effort.
The TRANGO product is available on the ARMv5/ARMv6/v7 and MIPS32/MIPS64 embedded architectures, supports a broad choice of OS and RTOS including Linux, Windows Embedded CE, Symbian OS, eCos, uC-OSII, uITRON and other proprietary RTOS. It is shipped with a complete SDK and tool suite based on Eclipse.
[Source: Marketwatch]

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