Linux Foundation Announces ACRN Open Source Hypervisor for IoT Devices

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Linux Foundation Announces ACRN Open Source Hypervisor for IoT Devices

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They also boast of fast boot times and a primer on security. ACRN developers claim safety critical workloads have priority and are isolated from other processes.

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Linux Foundation Announces ACRN Open Source Hypervisor for IoT Devices

The project aims to cut down development costs by providing a free and ready-made solution that ships with security best practices inlaid in the architecture by design, and so, avoid many of the security pitfalls of existing modern-day IoT equipment.

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Developers hope that ACRN will catch on with modern IoT solutions such as smart cars, but the project is a generic all-around solution for the IoT landscape.

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A hypervisor is computer code for creating and running virtual machines. Project ACRN aims to provide a generic structure for an IoT-specific hypervisor component.

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The Linux Foundationannounceda new project calledACRN(pronounced acorn) that will provide generic code for the creation of hypervisors for IoT devices.

ACRN developers claim that their hypervisor is six times smaller than a classic datacenter-centric hypervisor, making it an ideal solution for resource-constrained devices.

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The Linux Foundation says it built ACRN to be fully-customizable, and as such, the project is comprised of two main components: the hypervisor itself and a device model for interacting with the underlying hardware.

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ACRN will bring versatility and ease-of-automation to the IoT landscape, and especially to the development of smart industrial equipment.

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The Linux Foundation said that Intel has been a major contributor to the ACRN project in its incipient stages, leveraging on its experience with hypervisor virtualization technology. Adlink, Aptiv, LG, and Neusoft have also supported the project through its initial development stages.

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The ACRN team hopes hardware vendors will adopt their project as the base to run their firmware on IoT devices, allowing them to easily switch and update between various guest operating systems running on the hypervisor VM as they see fit.

ACRN will run a Linux as the Service (Host) OS and will support various Guest OSs, such as Android, other Linux distros, or an RTOS.

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Catalin Cimpanu is the Security News Editor for Bleeping Computer, where he covers topics such as malware, breaches, vulnerabilities, exploits, hacking news, the Dark Web, and a few more. Catalin previously covered Web & Security news for Softpedia between May 2015 and October 2016. The easiest way to reach Catalin is via his XMPP/Jabber address at . For other contact methods, please visit Catalins author page.

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