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Workload and System Consolidation with Virtualization, Part 2

Discusses how Intel and Wind River use virtualization and the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series to simplify consolidation.

Simics* Improves Embedded Intel® Architecture

White Paper: Simics* simulation technology provides benefits for embedded platforms, such as reduced risks and improved quality. (v.1, Nov. 2011)

Embedded Systems Performance Increased with Wind River and Intel

Wind River optimized the 64-bit and multi-core support in their products to boost performance of 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ processors.

BIOS Binary Booting Demo in Simics* on Crystal Forest Platform

Demos Simics* running an independent production BIOS on the Crystal Forest platform, stepping from first instruction to BIOS boot. (v.001, May 2012)

Simics* Debugging Demo Using Wind River Linux*

Demos how Simics* simulates Crystal Forest devices and runs actual target software to compare behavior to the physical hardware. (v.001, May 2012)

Improve Software Development with Wind River* Simics*

White Paper: Simics* creates a virtual platform used as a powerful debug and test tool, resulting in improved software development.

Fast Speed of Execution Vital for Embedded Platforms: Article

Article: Explains the tradeoff between speed of execution and level of detail and the necessity of a fast simulator for virtual platforms. (Oct. 2011)

Create System Models with Wind River* Simics*

White Paper: Create a full simulation system model using Wind River* Simics* to test software and hardware early in the product development lifecycle.

Wind River* Simics* Product Page

Wind River* Simics* allows full simulation of target hardware to complex embedded systems, optimizing the development lifecycle and reducing costs.

Tutorial for Debugging Intel® Platform with Linux*

Shows how to view tasks on Linux*, hit breakpoints, and compile objects exposed to debugging while using on-chip debugging tools. (v.1, June 2009)