Embedded real-time servers

Embedded real-time servers are currently being installed in many new industry sectors. They have important data processing and communication tasks that lie above the process level in the automation pyramid and must also be executed in real time. Hypervisor technology is ideal for segmenting the tasks and communication strings between the participating systems. Accordingly, the RTS hypervisor is widespread in this application area.

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There are many names for embedded real-time servers. They are called edge servers, fog servers, micro servers, IIoT servers, Industry 4.0, or IoT gateways because they have to meet extensive data processing and communication demands as process-centric data centers. To segment important real-time tasks per instance and separate them from less time-critical ones, RTS hypervisor technology is perfect.

The RTS Hypervisor

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The RTS Hypervisor is perfect for the new performance class of embedded computing : Embedded real-time servers. It enables the development of nodes with minimal latencies that organize the exchange of data between collaborative systems in real time. By segmenting individual communication tasks into virtual machines, it is possible to integrate heterogeneous edge applications without impacting the real-time capability of other real-time applications.

New application area:

Infrastructure for mobile high-speed systems

High-speed systems, such as automated and autonomous road vehicles, require a highly efficient roadside infrastructure. They need to ensure minimal latencies for C2C and C2X data exchange. The RTS Hypervisor can provide the appropriate real-time instances in virtual machines so that backhaul-based loads do not delay communication with vehicles connected via G5 cells.

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The RTS hypervisor is suitable for all common RTOS and GPOS configurations. Try it out!

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