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ARM7 to get support for 40-bit and virtualization

Posted on Tuesday, August 24 2010 @ 05:32:16 CEST by


EE Times reports ARM is working on extensions to the ARMv7 architecture to support virtualization and 40-bit addressing. These new technologies should aid ARM to get into the server market.
The extensions aim to serve a variety of new and existing markets from mobile devices to servers.

The lack of 64-bit addressing is one of the barriers to a new initiative bringing ARM cores to servers. The 40-bit addressing will ease but not eliminate that concern.

The virtualization extensions will create a new privilege level for hypervisors. It supports two-stage address translation for operating system OS and hypervisor levels and supports ARM TrustZone security extensions.




 



 

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