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Safety, Security, and Multi-core

Historically, many safety-related and security-critical systems have been developed and qualified using single-core processors. The industry is now approaching the limit of a relatively simple upgrade path, and there is an increasing trend toward the adoption of multi-core processor architectures to address higher performance demands. This paper reviews how multi-core technology can be utilized in applications with safety and security requirements.


  • How to migrate from a federated architecture to an integrated modulated architecture using multi-core
  • How hypervisors ensure separation between mixed safety and security partitions
  • Differences and benefits of SMP and AMP configurations