"In an under-the-hood architecture panel following the Xbox One reveal, Boyd Multerer, Director of Development for Xbox, confirmed that the team started with Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor in building the Xbox One operating system. Multerer said the team stripped out all the general-purpose "goop" to create an OS that allowd two virtual machines to run in side-by-side partitions. One of the partitions runs apps; the other runs games.Microsoft's Xbox One: What's Windows got to do with it? | ZDNet
"David Cutler built the hypervisor that does the switching back and forth," Multerer confirmed."
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Microsoft's Xbox One: What's Windows got to do with it? | ZDNet
Time to update Dave Cutler's already amazing Wikipedia article