Imperas - a virtualised software specialist, and a member of the ARM Connected Community - has released its first models of the Cortex-A family of ARM processor cores.
Green Hills Software has announced RTOS and virtualisation support for Intel's latest Atom processor, the E6xx series, writes Richard Wilson. The Open Hardware Summit 2010 - at the new York Hall of Science - may have sold old, but keep an eye on the website - www.openhardwaresummit.org Healthcare costs could be cut by an app for android phones that stores and displays electrocardiograms sensed over a wireless body area network (BAN).
An interesting story involving open source and NASA on Computer Weekly - Rackspace launches open source cloud platform with Nasa An open compliance programme has been launched by the Linux Foundation to help people using open source software comply with licensing, writes Richard Wilson.
Earlier this year there was a discussion with my technial sales colleagues regarding what is the right level of virtualization. This may sound a bit superfluously these times as there are plenty of technical excellent implementations like KVM for Linux out there. But do we need to use a sledgehammer to crack a nut?