Archive For February, 2017

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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…
Don’t Miss Integrated Demonstration of OPEN-O at Mobile World Congress

Don’t Miss Integrated Demonstration of OPEN-O at Mobile World Congress

By Charlie Ashton If you’re attending Mobile World Congress later this month, you’ll have the opportunity to see one of the first public demonstrations of and end-to-end use case enabled based on the OPEN-O open-source orchestration project. At China Mobile’s booth (Hall 1 Stand 1G50), you’ll see a demo that is the result of extensive collaboration between China Mobile, Intel…
Toshiba Selects Wind River Simics to Accelerate  Automotive SoC Development

Toshiba Selects Wind River Simics to Accelerate Automotive SoC Development

By Ross Dickson As the car becomes increasingly connected and autonomous, the importance of software will play a bigger role than ever. In the software-defined automobile of the near future, richer and more sophisticated capabilities also brings greater risks as the sheer volume of software content needed within vehicle systems will skyrocket, challenging design teams as they try to pinpoint…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, for Telco

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, for Telco

By Jeff Gowan It’s that time of year again. Time for: twelve hour days followed by fabulous late night dinners, possible public transit strikes, and a chance to witness the most cutting edge mobile technology on the planet.  Yes, I’m talking about Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. This year, as in years past, Wind River will be at MWC…
What is the Response to Security Incidents in the Embedded World?

What is the Response to Security Incidents in the Embedded World?

By Tim Radzykewycz It is simply a reality that no computer system is impervious to threat or some sort of compromise.  However, it is an industry best practice to deploy Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) to detect intrusions, have rapid access to an Incident Response Team (IRT) to investigate the intrusion, and have a plan on how to deal with certain,…
Qt 5.5.1-2 for VxWorks RTOS Released

Qt 5.5.1-2 for VxWorks RTOS Released

By Tuukka Turunen, Qt The Qt 5.5.1-2 release for VxWorks Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) release supports the new VxWorks 7 release SR 0480 (September 2016) on ARM-v7 with updates in the Qt Base, Qt Declarative and Qt Quick Controls modules. For full list of changes, please see the change log. To learn more about Qt 5.5 for VxWorks, please check out: ‘Qt 5.5.1…
Tapas and Testing: Two Weeks in Madrid

Tapas and Testing: Two Weeks in Madrid

By Charlie Ashton Over the past couple of weeks, Spain was the place to be if you provide products targeted at Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). From January 23rd through February 3rd, the ETSI Centre for Testing and Interoperability organized its first “NFV Plugtest” event, which was hosted by 5TONIC Laboratory in Leganes, near Madrid. The primary objective was to determine…
Talking IIoT Digital Transformation at ARC Forum

Talking IIoT Digital Transformation at ARC Forum

By Gareth Noyes The ARC Industry Forum is underway this week in Orlando, Florida, and Wind River is excited to be a part of the “Industry in Transition: Realizing the Digital Enterprise” discussion. Industrial enterprises are at a crossroads. While their aging proprietary automation systems are reliable and stable, they do not offer the operational flexibility nor have the ability…
A 2016 IoT Snapshot

A 2016 IoT Snapshot

By Dave Bennett 2016 was an exciting year in IoT for Wind River.  We introduced the latest version of Wind River Helix Device Cloud, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) IoT platform that enables manufacturers to proactively monitor and manage their devices in the field.  And we had excellent momentum last year on the customer adoption/usage front that is carrying over in 2017.…