Complete the list: Louisville, Durham, Paris, Portland…

Complete the list: Louisville, Durham, Paris, Portland…

By Charlie Ashton Can you complete this list: Louisville, Durham, Paris, Portland, ….? If so, and if you correctly answered “Sophia Antipolis”, you’re either a geek who spends way too much time online reading network test reports or a battle-hardened engineer who’s lugged bulky test equipment through too many airports and is now returning home from two weeks in the…
Multi-Access Edge Computing: Bringing Forward the 5G Experience

Multi-Access Edge Computing: Bringing Forward the 5G Experience

By guest contributor Alla Goldner, Director of Technology, Strategy and Standardization, Amdocs  5G will dramatically alter the relationships between service providers in all industries and the customers they serve. Despite the hype, it will still be years before standards are formalized and technology is mature enough to support all the potential 5G use cases. With advanced technology, such as artificial intelligence…
How to Simplify and Secure Virtualized Network Operations

How to Simplify and Secure Virtualized Network Operations

By Jeff Gowan The business case for network virtualization is largely based on hardware and operating cost savings, along with expectations of greater flexibility and productivity. But how can operators of critical infrastructure be certain that their newly virtualized networks will deliver these benefits? A big factor in determining the overall cost savings of a virtualization project is network operations.…
Wind River and Rockwell Collins Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

Wind River and Rockwell Collins Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

By Chip Downing Although many military aircraft suppliers, armed services, and government organizations have been promoting Open Architecture (OA) and Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) for years, it has been somewhat difficult to find really good implementations of open architectures in shipping, fielded products.   Many companies simply tend to create and update purpose-built platforms that are the legacy of almost…
Network Virtualization goes well beyond Telecommunications. Here’s what you need to know.

Network Virtualization goes well beyond Telecommunications. Here’s what you need to know.

By Jeff Gowan I can’t help notice that the line between what is considered technology for telecommunications vs industrial control and other operations technology applications is becoming blurry. Software is being used in more instances across more industries because it provides a level of flexibility and cost savings like we’ve never seen before. At Wind River we are seeing the…
Delivering the Promise of the Software-Defined Car

Delivering the Promise of the Software-Defined Car

By Marques McCammon As we continue towards a more connected and autonomous future, designing a car is increasingly about creating quality experiences; and software is at the center of enabling that reality. Driven by intelligent software, these experiences must make going from point A to point B safe, secure, efficient, entertaining and convenient, and ultimately, autonomously. The current acceleration of…
The Easy Way to Implement Network Virtualization

The Easy Way to Implement Network Virtualization

By Jeff Gowan Once critical infrastructure operators decide to virtualize network functions and applications, getting started can seem daunting even for the most advanced IT teams. If the project overruns the budget or schedule, anticipated cost savings and efficiency gains can dwindle and undermine the original business case for virtualization. But implementing network virtualization doesn’t have to be so difficult.…
Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

By Jim Douglas and Imad Sousou Intel and Wind River previously announced our intent to open source components from the Wind River® Titanium Cloud portfolio. Today we are pleased to deliver on that commitment with code being upstreamed in a new open source project called StarlingX, hosted by the OpenStack Foundation. Wind River Titanium Cloud was built on open source components,…
Wind River Edge Sync Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2018 American Business Awards®

Wind River Edge Sync Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2018 American Business Awards®

By Marques McCammon Wind River Helix Edge Sync  was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the “Best New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Other” category in the 16th Annual American Business Awards. Edge Sync is an intelligent over-the-air (OTA) update and software lifecycle management solution enabling auto manufacturers to securely and remotely manage…
Affirmed Networks, Wind River Bond Accelerates Network Transformation and Cuts TCO by 50% for CSPs

Affirmed Networks, Wind River Bond Accelerates Network Transformation and Cuts TCO by 50% for CSPs

By guest contributor Angela Whiteford, Vice President Marketing and Product Management at Affirmed Networks Network transformation, which includes Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) deployment, is a hot topic among communication service providers (CSPs) worldwide. Accelerating the deployment of NFV solutions is crucial to evolution and better utilization through software-defined services. The partnership between Affirmed Networks and Wind River unites our best-of-breed solutions…