LucidLogix recently introduced Virtu, which is a Lucid GPU virtualization software. Virtu is designed for Intel Sandy Bridge platforms. Lucid Virtu helps computers dynamically balance the power-efficient, built-in media features of Sandy Bridge processor graphics with the high-end, DirectX 11 3D performance features of discrete GPUs, while significantly reducing the power drain of traditional entertainment desktops. The beta version of Lucid will be available in January 2011. The demo version of Lucid GPU virtualization software is available now for evaluation.
National Instruments introduced their Embedded Virtualization Webcast Series. The webinars from NI and Intel focus on virtualization technology — from introductory information and business benefits, to key underlying technologies and implementation details. The online seminars will help engineers, scientists, and embedded designers understand virtualization, select a software solution, and implement that solution quickly. Sessions are free of charge, and audience members can ask questions live.