The vast majority of modern processors aren’t sold for general-purpose computers, such as PCs and servers. Rather, those processors are placed into dedicated computers such as embedded systems. As the demand for lower costs and higher efficiency gains momentum, the need for embedded hypervisors will continue to grow.
Although embedded hypervisors don’t make the same consolidation effect that rocked the data center, the use of virtualization brings better reliability, flexibility and security to a broad range of digital appliances and other dedicated devices. There are numerous examples of embedded hypervisors in service today that help IT administrators achieve these benefits.
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