06 Dec '12, 4pm

MIPS Release 5 architecture keeps it simple with Virtualization and SIMD modules

The MIPS Virtualization (VZ) module is a highly-scalable option that provides a number of capabilities, including enhanced security features and support for multiple operating systems. Across the home entertainment and mobile markets, hardware virtualization enables security and content protection-especially important as consumers increasingly use these devices for HD media streaming, cloud storage, secure ID protection, mobile payments and other highly secure applications. As 32-bit microcontrollers become more capable, security needs are also increasing in embedded applications such as smart grids and smart meters. Virtualization is also important in the enterprise, where it allows multiple operating systems and applications to run in parallel, and enables workload consolidation. The MIPS VZ module is a simple and flexible hardware-based solution that satisfies these var...

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