QEMU is an interesting name of the software with open source code, designed for full emulation of the PC. QEMU can be downloaded free of charge from our site, use this link to download the emulator.
Demand for virtualization technology in our time is high and it's not exaggeration. If you enter the word "virtualization" in one of the search engines, you will get over 20 million results. Despite this, in the huge market of virtualization there are still not occupied niches. You won't find QEMU on the front pages, but it is one of the most interesting virtualization software. If you need virtualization, and you are interested in the described software, you can download QEMU from our site.
The program was developed by Fabrice Bellard, a programmer from France, who created libavcodec library, which is used by such well-known programs such as ffdshow, FFmpeg, VideoLAN, Mplayer and others.
Besides the processor, QEMU can emulate an exhaustive number of subsystems, such as video and network cards. Emulation of more advanced things is also available, such as symmetric multiprocessing systems with the total number of chips equal to 255 pieces, other processor architectures (ARM, PowerPC).
QEMU can emulate:
- Intel x86 ( 80386/486, Pentium (Pro), AMD64) processors;
- x86-compatible CPUs, such as ARM, PowerPC, SPARC, MIPS, m68k partly), SPARC64;
- input-output devices.
List of platforms which are supported by the program: Windows 9x/2000, Linux, FreeBSD, Syllable, FreeDOS, QNX, MAC OS X, Android and others.
Currently the functional is being developed, it implements support for hardware virtualization (Intel VT, AMD SVM). First, the development took place as part of the Linux KVM project, but the developers recently adopted a joint decision to integrate support for KVM in QEMU (mainline).
If you are interested in the functionality of the described virtualization software, don't procrastinate and download QEMU free from our site.