Archive For April, 2017

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Wind River Extends Its Involvement in Linux Foundation Open-source Projects

Wind River Extends Its Involvement in Linux Foundation Open-source Projects

By Charlie Ashton This month, we’ve seen a couple of announcements from the Linux Foundation that are highly relevant to the networking and telecom markets. As a strong contributor to open-source projects for these markets, Wind River is glad to be deeply involved in both initiatives. First, on April 3rd it was announced that the DPDK (Data Plane Development Kit)…
Working More Efficiently with OpenStack

Working More Efficiently with OpenStack

By Ron Breault As someone who loves the outdoors, I have a number of watercraft.  Not the kind with engines, but the kind that are self-propelled: kayaks and canoes.  Being out on a calm lake in the wee hours of the morning is pure pleasure!  Being on that same lake with a strong headwind can be exhausting. Many years ago…
Wind River Helix Device Cloud Receives  IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award

Wind River Helix Device Cloud Receives IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award

By Keith Shea I’m excited to announce that Wind River has just received the IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award for Wind River Helix Device Cloud. The 2016 IoT Excellence Award honors innovative products that support the availability of information being deduced, inferred and directly gathered from sensors, systems and anything else that is supporting better business and personal decisions. Device…
The Golden Understated Age of Infrastructure

The Golden Understated Age of Infrastructure

By Jim Hodges, analyst at Heavy Reading This year I marked an anniversary of sorts in that I have attended a decade of MWC events. And in those ten years, I have looked at many many hardware chassis, from proprietary "hot boxes," "pizza boxes," cPCI, ATCA, MicroTCA and myriad others. And this year was in many respects similar but also…
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…