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Webinar: 5 Ways Virtualization Keeps Your Embedded Tech Competitive

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The automotive industry has fully embraced virtualization in digital cockpit designs and driver assistance modules. Traditional embedded markets of industrial control and medical devices have been more cautious, and rightly so.

It is not until recently that embedded hypervisors could blend the features of Android and Linux with the realtime and safety requirements of legacy control environments. These new hypervisors are designed to grow with your product innovation, letting you add features more quickly and meet production timelines.

Randy Martin, Senior Product Manager, Virtualization Technologies, discusses the current virtualization landscape and hypervisor designs before unpacking five ways that virtualization can help you keep your embedded tech competitive.

Watch this webinar to learn how to:

  • Move to new hardware without disrupting existing environments
  • Reduce costs by sharing devices between operating environments
  • Maintain fast boot time, real-time response and deterministic behavior while co-existing with new operating system environments
  • Innovate with advanced features of Android and Linux
  • Support all the above while preserving safety and security

About the Presenter:
Randy Martin, Senior Product Manager, BlackBerry QNX



Randy manages BlackBerry QNX’s virtualization software, led by the QNX embedded hypervisor. He is also part of the QNX Acoustics team, helping to define and deliver soundscape solutions for the automobile. Randy has held many roles including software development, technical field support and product management. Randy Martin holds an associate degree in Electrical Engineering, Ryerson University, Canada.