OpenSynergy provides embedded software products for the next generation of vehicles. Its hypervisor and communication products pave the way for an integrated driving experience.
The automotive virtual platform COQOS Hypervisor SDK integrates a mix of real-time applications and open source solutions on powerful domain controllers. It supports a large bundle of features corresponding to the virtualization standard VIRTIO, creating maximum flexibility: guest operating systems can be used and reused on different Systems on Chips.
The automotive leading Bluetooth® stack Blue SDK is one of OpenSynergy’s communications platforms. It is the reference Bluetooth® implementation for many OEMs around the world. The variant Blue SDK Fusion offers a reliable Automotive-Grade Bluetooth stack for Android™ Automotive OS.
OpenSynergy further provides complimentary Automotive-Grade software components tailored for the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to boost Android’s adoption in the automotive domain.
OpenSynergy also provides engineering services to support the customization of its products.
Joint Webinar-on-Demand with NXP
This webinar introduces COQOS Hypervisor SDK, an open standard-based virtualization platform, as a key element to implementing a software-defined architecture vision.
LDRA and OpenSynergy partnership promotes a defence-in-depth strategy for embedded automotive applications
Secure coding techniques supported by the LDRA tool suite underpin the domain separation capabilities inherent in OpenSynergy’s COQOS hypervisor technology
New Developments in Bluetooth® Low Energy
Anritsu and OpenSynergy invite to a joint webinar on June 24, 2021, @ 2 PM ET / 8 PM CEST
Renesas and OpenSynergy implement Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO™) standard
Renesas and OpenSynergy invite to joint webinar: Partners for the new era of device virtualization –Renesas and OpenSynergy implement Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO™) standard. Date and time: May 26 @ 10AM CE
First implementation of open standard-based devices available – COQOS Hypervisor SDK now supports the upcoming VIRTIO specification