Recap: Arm TechCon 2017 Hypervisor Panel with prpl and Imperas

A well-attended and lively recent ARM TechCon panel explored the topic “Hypervisors: A Real Trend in Embedded, or Just Hype?”  Moderated by Brian Bailey of Semiconductor Engineering (R), panelists (L to R) were: Cesare Garlati, prpl Foundation, chief security officer; Simon Davidmann, Imperas Software, founder and CEO; Jack Greenbaum, Green Hills Software, director of engineering, advanced products; and Chris Turner, ARM, Director of Emerging Technology & Strategy.

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The panel explored issues around security and functional safety in embedded system development, especially where software touches the hardware. Offering a range of perspectives in the hypervisor ecosystem, panelists addressed changing processor architectures, hardware virtualization extensions and TrustZone, hypervisors, and real time operating systems (RTOSs) as components of the security/safety solution for embedded systems.

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OpenWrt Summit Wrap Up 2017

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This year we were delighted to have had yet another successful OpenWrt Summit! It’s wonderful to see participation grow every year, across both community and industry. We especially thank our gracious local host, Turris Omnia. We also thank our Platinum sponsors: prpl, Inteno, Sentinel, and Intel; and Gold sponsors: CZ.NIC, Sartura, and Technicolor. Without their generous support, use of a comfortable conference center in the beautiful city of Prague would not have been possible.
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2017 Arm TechCon: See prpl!

If you’re attending the 2017 ARM TechCon, don’t miss these important sessions related to embedded security!

First, Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist at the prpl Foundation, and Imperas CEO Simon Davidmann will participate alongside other industry experts in a panel discussion:  Hypervisors:  A Real Trend in Embedded, or Just Hype?” 

  • When: Wednesday, October 25 from 10:30am – 11:20am
  • Where: Ballroom F

Also, see a demonstration of an important development – multi-domain security as outlined in the prpl Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Embedded Computing. Cesare from prpl will demonstrate how to build and run a secure application on a real-world implementation of the prplSecurity™ framework including: the prplHypervisor™, prplSecureInterVM™ communications, and prplPUF™ APIs. A Q&A period will follow. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can build an even deeper level of trust into your designs.

    • When: Wednesday, October 25 from 11:45am – 12:15pm
    • Where: Imperas booth #421

If you can’t make it, please contact info@prplfoundation.org to arrange a personal demonstration at an alternate time.