Virtualization software maker VirtualLogix announced that Motorola’s investment arm, Motorola Ventures, has invested in the company. VirtualLogix is working on a real-time virtualization application for mobile phones that would allow handsets to run multiple operating systems. Other financial backers and partners include Cisco, Intel and Texas Instruments.
In a statement, Motorola said that VirtualLogix’s technology “enables the mobility of applications from the desktop to devices, improves quality of service and security in an open mobile world, and will enable a new generation of dynamic individual user experiences.”
Reese Schroeder, managing director of Motorola Ventures, said in the statement: “As the mobile ecosystem grows increasingly complex, demand for simplified product designs that allow dynamic mobile experiences to run across multiple platforms will intensify. Virtualization offers a solution to this complexity. Our investment in VirtualLogix will help accelerate the delivery of their technology to next-generation communications devices and infrastructure equipment.”
Most recently, VirtualLogix announced its solution’s compatibility with Microsoft Windows.