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VirtualLogix to demo Real-Time Virtualization for Linux

VirtualLogix VLX for Network Infrastructure enables developers to easily migrate from single-core to multi-core processors by allowing commercial or proprietary RTOSs and Linux OSs to run unmodified on the Intel Core Microarchitecture -- all without disrupting the behavior of their supported applications. Dedicated to delivering the most innovative solutions to the embedded market, VirtualLogix will showcase how its VLX for Network Infrastructure delivers development savings and reduced time to market by re-using existing RTOS code, while maintaining real-time performance and carrier grade quality, as well as scalability across different hardware configurations.

David Beal's presentation "Virtualization in a Carrier-Grade Environment" will discuss the needs and use cases for virtualization in network infrastructure markets where performance and I/O throughput are key parameters that traditional virtualization solutions are not adequately addressing. Beal will cover how to retain the required performance from real-time operating systems, such as MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition and other commercially deployed RTOSs when they are running within a virtualized, shared physical resource environment.

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