Sierraware's SierraVisor Dual Persona simultaneously runs a business VM and a personal VM - Embedded.com

Sierraware’s SierraVisor Dual Persona simultaneously runs a business VM and a personal VM

Sierraware has released SierraVisor Dual Persona for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) applications. Dual Persona enables mobile device manufacturers and service providers to cost-effectively roll-out smartphones and tablets with a personal-use operating system and a secure, corporate-managed operating system. This is all secured using SierraSHIELD, an ARM TrustZone-based anti-malware engine.

SierraVisor Dual Persona supports leading operating systems such as Linux and Android. Dual Persona offers support for a wide range of SOCs, from low cost Cortex-A7 and feature rich Coretex-A15 to Coretex-A9 and 64-bit ARM architecture like Cortex-A57 and Cortex A53. In addition, manufacturers and service providers can add the SierraTEE Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) to their ARM TrustZone-enabled devices.

Features:

  • Includes high performance OpenGL and OpenGL ES drivers, allowing seamless ability to run games and apps.
  • MDM/MAM and security controls to protect corporate BYOD instances.
  • TrustZone enabled, DRM and Miracast compliant secure data path for all guest operating systems.
  • Protects sensitive data and from malware attacks with Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) support for every guest operating system.

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