IT: The Gatekeeper of your IoT Deployment

IT: The Gatekeeper of your IoT Deployment

By Tom Gibbings In the early days of an IoT project most of the team is focused on figuring out what data they want to collect and overcoming the constant stream of technical challenges. What is often not well understood is that after all the other problems are solved, the fate of the project is contingent on the approval of…
More Testing than Tapas: ETSI Releases Detailed Plugtest Report

More Testing than Tapas: ETSI Releases Detailed Plugtest Report

By Charlie Ashton A few weeks ago, we published a post “Tapas and Testing: Two Weeks in Madrid” summarizing Wind River’s involvement in ETSI’s first “NFV Plugtest” event, which was hosted by 5TONIC Laboratory in Leganes, near Madrid  from January 23rd through February 3rd. In that post, we summarized the success of the Wind River Titanium Cloud network virtualization platform in…
Driving the IoT Conversation Forward

Driving the IoT Conversation Forward

By Dave Bennett The concepts and ideas of IoT are maturing every year, and 2017 promises to be a banner year for IoT, but make no mistake, we are still in IoT’s infancy.  According to a survey done by Accenture last year, 19% of business and government professionals were only vaguely familiar with IoT! My customers are more familiar than…
VxWorks 653 Platform Achieves First FACE Operating System Segment Certification

VxWorks 653 Platform Achieves First FACE Operating System Segment Certification

By Chip Downing  Wind River is very pleased to share that our VxWorks 653 Platform has passed the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) conformance certification for the FACE Operating System Segment (OSS) Safety Base Profile. VxWorks 653 is the first commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) product to achieve this significant FACE certification milestone, and can now be rapidly integrated with other FACE software…
More details on Nokia’s use of Wind River Titanium Cloud in AirFrame Data Center Solution

More details on Nokia’s use of Wind River Titanium Cloud in AirFrame Data Center Solution

By Charlie Ashton As service providers plan for Cloud Radio Access Network (Cloud-RAN) deployments, the stringent capacity and latency requirements of mobile radio access technologies drive the need for an extremely powerful cloud infrastructure, tailored for real-time performance. To meet these challenging goals with their AirFrame Cloud-RAN solution, Nokia selected the Wind River Titanium Cloud portfolio of virtualization software. The…
It’s all About Industrial IoT at Embedded World 2017

It’s all About Industrial IoT at Embedded World 2017

By Gareth Noyes Wind River is excited to be here this week at Embedded World 2017 and the theme top of mind for most is overwhelmingly Industrial IoT. Very fitting given we introduced on day one a breakthrough software platform for control systems we believe will transform the future of Industrial IoT. Wind River Titanium Control is an on-premise cloud-scale…
Don’t Miss New Multi-Touch Platform Created By Wind River/Presagis/CoreAVI

Don’t Miss New Multi-Touch Platform Created By Wind River/Presagis/CoreAVI

By Chip Downing  I know that there will be lots of product awards passed out next week at Embedded World 2017, but one of the hottest solutions at the event will be the new multi-touch platform created by Presagis, CoreAVI, and Wind River. This multi-touch demonstration is a control and visualization environment for a control station and shows what the…
Intel Drives Innovation in the Autonomous Driving and Industrial Markets

Intel Drives Innovation in the Autonomous Driving and Industrial Markets

By Intel's Riccardo Mariani At Embedded World 2017, Intel Shows How Scalability and Security Help Customers Take Advantage of Growth Opportunities Over the last half-century, the embedded systems market has developed at a phenomenal rate to become one of the most innovative fields in technology. The Internet of Things (IoT) helps make everything around us smarter: from cars to coffee…
Order from Chaos

Order from Chaos

By Ron Breault What’s more frustrating than trying to root cause a problem with an app running on a large, multi-process server?  How about doing the same when that server is running OpenStack, notorious for generating cryptic logs?  Now imagine the challenge of doing the same when the app might span or migrate across 100 servers and runs virtualized in…
What’s in a Name? New Applications for Virtualization in Critical Infrastructure

What’s in a Name? New Applications for Virtualization in Critical Infrastructure

By Charlie Ashton Product naming can be challenging. Just ask Coke, who probably didn’t expect that “Coke Classic” would result in countless business school studies about how to damage a perfectly good brand. On the other hand I’ve always believed that NASA got it right with “Voyager”, which seems like the perfect name for a couple of spacecraft whose journeys…