AMD releases more details about Pacifica

Posted on Friday, October 28 2005 @ 13:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
At this week's Processor Forum in San Jose, California, AMD presented its Pacifica virtualization technology.
Code-named Pacifica, technical details on the AMD technology have been available since May. However, AMD used the forum to describe the technology in depth for the first time to the public, and believes Pacifica will soon be ubiquitous.

The company's presentation included details on its approach to important elements of virtualization, such as memory management. The chipmaker also detailed future additions to Pacifica, such as adding support for virtualization of input/output functions.
Read on over at eWeek.

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