Sierraware Announces the Availability of SierraVisor and SierraTEE for 64-bit ARM Architectures
Hypervisor and Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) for big.LITTLE, Cortex-A53, and Cortex-A57
Sunnyvale, CA, February 4, 2014 - Sierraware, the embedded virtualization company, today announced the release of SierraVisor and SierraTEE for 64-bit ARM silicon. The SierraVisor Hypervisor for 64-bit ARM architectures allows multiple operating systems, such as Linux, BSD, or Android, to run concurrently on big.LITTLE, Cortex-A53, and Cortex-A57-powered platforms. Furthermore, equipment manufacturers can leverage the SierraTEE SDK to add a Trusted Execution Environment to their ARM TrustZone-enabled 64-bit devices.
All most all next generation devices, from smartphones to microservers and headless residential gateways to 4G wireless infrastructure, will run on 64-bit ARM architectures. 64-bit computing overcomes the 4 GB memory barrier, enabling feature-rich, interactive applications such as gaming and high definition video display. As more and more devices move to 64-bit architectures, they will need to support important capabilities like virtualization and ARM TrustZone. Sierraware addresses this need by delivering high-performance, customizable hypervisor and TEE SDKs for 64-bit ARM silicon.
The SierraVisor Hypervisor for 64-bit ARM architectures:
"As memory and processing requirements for embedded systems continue to grow, more and more hardware manufacturers will transition to 64-bit architectures," said Gopal Jayaraman, CEO of Sierraware. "SierraVisor and SierraTEE for 64-bit silicon are delivered as source code SDKs, enabling ARM-based hardware developers to customize the code over time to adapt to software and hardware changes."
For information about supported SOCs, contact Sierraware at email@example.com.
Sierraware, founded in 2011, is a leading provider of virtualization and security solutions for ARM processors. Sierraware offers the SierraVisor Hypervisor, the SierraTEE Trusted Execution Environment, and communications and media toolkits for a wide range of ARM architectures. For more information, visit www.sierraware.com.