ARM licenses hypervisor for IoT virtual hardware 

ARM licenses hypervisor for IoT virtual hardware 

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By Nick Flaherty

ARM has licensed virtualization technology from US startup Corellium for the development and test of IoT devices using high-speed virtual hardware.

ARM is integrating Corellium’s hypervisor-based virtualization technology with its Virtual Hardware (AVH) platform to enable hardware/software co-design for developers to verify and validate embedded and IoT applications.

“We are committed to simplifying IoT development and enabling software and hardware co-design, said Mohamed Awad, vice president, IoT and Embedded at ARM. “Through our partnership with Corellium, we have been able to rapidly expand ARM Virtual Hardware, an entirely new way for software developers to innovate and accelerate product design for diverse IoT devices, all in the cloud.”

“A primary objective of our Series A investment was to accelerate our initiative to transform IoT development, the way we have done with mobile,” said Amanda Gorton, CEO of Corellium. “Our partnership with Arm represents an enormous step in that initiative as Arm powers the vast majority of IoT devices in use every day. Our team couldn’t be happier in achieving this critical milestone.”

ARM Virtual Hardware is shipping now.;

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