Merging the reliability of server software and the ease-of-use of a mobile application, ExaGear Desktop is a unique solution for running Intel x86 applications on ARM
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2014
Russian software startup Eltechs launched the worldwide release of its “Eltechs ExaGear Desktop” virtualization solution which opens up a host of new possibilities for running apps across platforms. ExaGear Desktop makes it possible to run Intel x86 application on ARM-based devices, and is targeted to individuals running ARM-based Mini PCs and to businesses deploying ARM-based devices to cut costs.
ExaGear Desktop makes it possible to run any x86 Linux application on an ARM-based device such as Jetson, versions of Chromebooks, even Windows applications (with the help of open-source software Wine). ExaGear Desktop also boasts outstanding performance specs - in tests it runs 4.5 times faster than Qemu.
“We are pleased to add this Desktop version of ExaGear to our range of products which includes the server solution ExaGear Server and mobile solution ExaGear Mobile. Merging the reliability of server software and the ease-of-use of a mobile application, ExaGear Desktop is a unique solution for running Intel x86 applications on ARM,” said Vadim Gimpelson, CEO of Eltechs.
Eltechs (eltechs.com) is a technology startup which focuses on cutting edge cross-architecture virtualization technologies. Eltechs provide solutions for running Intel x86 applications on ARM-based devices for servers, mobile and desktop markets. Praise for Eltechs’ products has been building since the project’s launch in 2012, and the company has been recognized by Wired Magazine (“...a secret weapon for these ARM upstarts...”), CIO (“In this context it makes sense for many data center operators to consider switching to ARM-based servers in the future.”), and Digital Trends (“...if you’re a huge fan of classic strategy games and want to bring them wherever you go, then give ExaGear Strategies a try.”).
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