Archive For October, 2016

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Wind River at MILCOM 2016

Wind River at MILCOM 2016

By Chip Downing This week the Wind River A&D team will be at MILCOM 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore, MD.  Wind River will be in booth #6006 and will showcase our latest technologies for building the foundations of next generation military communications using tactical clouds and secure tactical communications. We will be demonstrating our two flagship…
Software-Defined Infrastructure Sparks Digital Transformation of Industrial Automation

Software-Defined Infrastructure Sparks Digital Transformation of Industrial Automation

By Gareth Noyes I’ll be at IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona this week, the leading global event for Industrial IoT (IIoT). I look forward to insightful discussions at the event, given it’s such a pivotal time in the industry as many industrial companies are working towards/undergoing a digital transformation. It’s exciting to know that Wind River software is playing…
Wind River Titanium Cloud Brings Telco Reliability to Dell EMC NFV Infrastructure Platform

Wind River Titanium Cloud Brings Telco Reliability to Dell EMC NFV Infrastructure Platform

By Charlie Ashton Integrated, Carrier Grade infrastructure for the network edge Wind River Titanium Cloud network virtualization software ensures that Dell EMC’s new NFV infrastructure platform meets the demanding reliability requirements of Communications Service Providers (CSPs). Through the combination of Titanium Cloud and the Dell EMC PowerEdge R430 for Telecom Carrier Grade Server, Dell EMC’s platform provides maximum uptime as well as…
Immunization Against the IoT Zombie Horde

Immunization Against the IoT Zombie Horde

By Alex deVries and Tim Skutt IoT zombies are out there. There are a lot of them. We won’t be rid of them soon. They will be reaching out to your device, so it’s important to take steps now to immunize it so your device won’t suffer. In a previous blog, “IoT Zombies are Eating the Internet,” we dug into recent…
How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

By Marques McCammon Technological advances have already made driving safer with features like forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Looking ahead, perhaps by the end of the decade, new connected vehicle technology may allow millions of cars, trucks, buses and trains to talk wirelessly to each other, the roadway, traffic lights and nearby buildings, to address hazards drivers can’t…
Multi-Vendor Interoperability Demonstrates Compliance with Open Standards for NFV

Multi-Vendor Interoperability Demonstrates Compliance with Open Standards for NFV

By Charlie Ashton This week, service providers, vendors and analysts from around the world will gather in The Netherlands to attend SDN and OpenFlow World Congress, which is taking place in The Hague this time. Happy Birthday NFV Those of us that attended this same event back in October 2012, when it was located in Darmstadt, Germany, will remember that…
Multicore Certification at SAE Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference 2016

Multicore Certification at SAE Aerospace Systems and Technology Conference 2016

By Alex Wilson As I mentioned in my last blog, this year’s SAE ASTC had the theme “Innovation in Propulsion Technologies and Intelligent Aircraft Systems” and took place in Hartford, Connecticut, and was hosted by United Technologies, with further sponsorship from Boeing and TTTech. For Wind River, the main discussion of interest was around certification of multicore devices, and for…
IoT Zombies are Eating the Internet

IoT Zombies are Eating the Internet

By Alex deVries and Tim Skutt Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have always been a problem for popular hosted sites, but the ones from the last few weeks are different. The first one to make the news was Brian Krebs’ krebsonsecurity.com, one of the most comprehensive security news sites today. The DDoS attack was on the order of 620Gbps,…