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The advantage is it provides hardware support for coherence, enabling shared memory access with the same performance as ccNUMA systems, but also enables the use of local memory as a large cache and does not require a global virtual memory manager layer.
The Nucleus provides a unified virtual machine interface for various operating system (subsystem) implementations, UNIX(R) being a prime example, and provides: -- A real-time executive which synchronizes and pre-emptively schedules priority-based tasks -- Modern, optimized Inter-Process Communication (asynchronous IPC and Remote Procedure Call (RPC) -- A low-level hardware supervisor which dynamically loads interrupt and trap handlers -- An advanced (optional) distributed virtual memory manager which optimizes distributed object copying.
About Connectix Corporation Connectix pioneered virtual computing 13 years ago with the industry's first virtual memory manager for personal computers.
About Connectix Corporation Connectix pioneered virtual computing 12 years ago with the industry's first virtual memory manager for the personal computer.
About Connectix Corporation Connectix pioneered virtual computing 12 years ago with the industry's first virtual memory manager.
The OS has a very robust kernel design, especially in areas like virtual memory manager and networking.