Intel Releases New Versions Of KVMGT & XenGT
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 27 January 2016 at 07:03 AM EST. 5 Comments
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Intel has released their first new versions of XenGT and KVMGT for 2016 for GPU virtualization solutions for Xen and KVM, respectively.

These Intel GPU virtualization solutions provide media pass-through of Haswell graphics cores and newer. A virtual GPU instance is exposed to each KVM/Xen VM for "a good balance among performance, feature, and sharing."

Today's Intel KVMGT / GVT-g for KVM release has better support for Broadwell processors and the host kernel is upgraded to Linux 4.2.

With today's XenGT update there is Skylake support, support for multiple Windows / Linux VMs simultaneously, backwards compatibility support for Haswell and Broadwell, and the supported kernel has been re-based to Linux 4.2.

More details on the KVMGT update here and XenGT update here.
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