Green Hills Software will demonstrate multiple technology offerings focused on trusted handheld, thin client, and mobile computing at 4, November 7 – 10, 2011, in Baltimore, Maryland. The demonstrations will also provide a focus on multicore computing in real-time, embedded environments where safety, security and high reliability are paramount for deployed military communications. In booth #547, Green Hills Software will demonstrate:
RTI Data Distribution Service (DDS) on INTEGRITY
Green Hills Software will demonstrate its MULTI® tools suite, hosted in a Windows guest operating system, virtualized on INTEGRITY® Multivisor™ and build a native INTEGRITY application integrated with RTI's DDS solution and ALT Software's OpenGL Graphics package. The combined application will execute on Freescale Semiconductor's Media5200 demonstrating a glass cockpit with data used in RTI's publish/subscribe DDS model.
Green Hills Software Platform for Trusted Mobile Devices
The Company will also demonstrate updates to its leading Platform for Trusted Mobile Devices, including new mobile system-on-chip (SoC) processor and tablet support. The enhanced Platform for Trusted Mobile Devices will be demonstrated on tablets based on Freescale's i.MX and Texas Instrument's OMAP processors. Leveraging NSA-certified INTEGRITY technology, the Green Hills microkernel Type-1 hypervisor, Multivisor, enables tablets to access sensitive government information and networks while making no sacrifices in the availability, privacy, and performance relating to the personal use of multimedia, social, and Internet applications.
INTEGRITY Multivisor for Curtiss-Wright Controls Single Board Computers
Also be demo'd is INTEGRITY Multivisor, hybrid microkernel Type-1 hypervisor, running on Curtiss-Wright Controls SVME/DMV-186 single board computer, featuring the Freescale QorIQ P4080 processor. This platform enables unprecedented levels of consolidation for rugged environments, reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP). The Multivisor allows real-time critical, security-critical, and safety-critical native INTEGRITY applications to run alongside guest virtual machine environments with general-purpose operating systems such as Linux. The marriage of these two technologies provides the ultimate consolidation platform for military applications.