Accelerated Linux is a based on Enea Linux, extended with an SMP micro-kernel executive. A type 1 hypervisor provides strong and clean isolation between the Linux domain and the real-time domain. It also enables direct hardware access from applications running in the real-time domain, providing uncompromised real-time characteristics.
Less time-critical functions reside on the Linux side, and real-time critical functions run in the real-time domain’s deterministic and POSIX compliant runtime. Accelerated Linux enables access to shared resources and high-speed communication channels for moving big data volumes between the real-time and the Linux domains.
Features and benefits:
- Standard SMP Linux accelerated with a real-time executive
- Type 1 hypervisor provides clean and strong isolation
- Standard Linux/POSIX API
- Hardware platform independent
- Independent of number of cores, scales easily to different devices
- Flexible deployment, core assignment at boot time
- High determinism (low latency and low jitter)