Archive For October, 2013

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It’s Transformation Time for Embedded Development – Part 1

It’s Transformation Time for Embedded Development – Part 1

By Bill Graham Something Needs to Change Fast-evolving technologies including virtualization, multi-core processors, and System on Chip (SoC) are bringing exciting new capabilities to embedded devices. These technologies can help address new market requirements to support the Internet of Things, connectivity, cloud computing, machine to machine communications, and improved security, but they also underscore an uncomfortable truth: development risks increase…
Top Ten Reasons to Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 1

Top Ten Reasons to Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 1

By Bill Graham At Wind River, we definitely believe the business case for using commercial embedded Linux is clear. In fact, we’ve come up with some top reasons why you can trust your next embedded Linux project to Wind River. We’ll review our top ten list over the next three blog posts. Additionally, you can find  the full list here. Let’s…
Intelligent Platforms for Intelligent Industries

Intelligent Platforms for Intelligent Industries

By Santhosh Nair Today we introduced the latest version of our software platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) – Wind River Intelligent Device Platform (IDP). IDP is targeted at gateways and hubs, providing connectivity, manageability, security and intelligence that  enables companies to kick start building applications that will monitor, track and course-correct your machines and systems. When discussing IDP, it’s…
Openstack…the next big thing!

Openstack…the next big thing!

By Davide Ricci Continuing our ongoing efforts to advance open source innovation, Wind River is keeping busy with new OpenStack activities. Wind River has spent years of hard work in the Linux space to further grow adoption and innovation across the embedded industry. Add to that, we’ve contributed to the inception and development of an open ecosystem for building Linux…

A Practical Approach to the Internet of Things

The market opportunities around the Internet of Things (IoT) are substantial for Intel,  McAfee, Wind River, along with their ecosystem and the industry at large. But in a practical sense, how should businesses approach IoT? How can they start optimizing their processes and how do they ensure security? I recently caught up with a couple of experts to find out: Adam Burns, Director of Strategic Planning and…