Strategies for Ensuring the Reliable Operation of Connected Internet of Things (IoT) Devices

March 9, 2017
Sponsored by Mentor Graphics
Many IoT/IIoT systems, must function with a high degree of reliability. When these systems include a multicore System-on-Chip (SoC), embedded designers often use multiple operating systems to control various capabilities running on the cores. To ensure high reliability, one approach is to use an RTOS with a process model to isolate application subsystems along with a type-1 hypervisor to consolidate multiple operating systems. Discover how a real-time operating system with an isolated process model enables you to utilize the memory management unit (MMU) available on many IoT/IIoT SoC devices to isolate and protect code modules.

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