Two displays, one computing platform
What you see here is supposed to be a demonstration of domain consolidation – both the HD cluster display at left and the HD infotainment console display at right run on a single Intel Pentium processor reference board called the N4200 platform, formerly called Apollo Lake. The board is designed for real-time computing in digital surveillance, infotainment, and similar applications. Processors on the board are based on the Goldmont architecture built with Intel’s 14-nm process technology. Both the cluster display and the infotainment display run from their own separate Mentor Genivi-compatible ConnectedOS Linux operating systems. The two OSs, in turn, run under a Mentor embedded hypervisor. Among the benefits that come from operating this way are secure graphical content sharing between the two domains that doesn’t slow down the 60-fps HD graphics.
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