Archive For March, 2018

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IoT gets redefined…again!!!

IoT gets redefined…again!!!

By Pavan Singh Yes, the much-discussed term Internet of Things is getting redefined again. The promise of workload consolidation at the edge and "things" levels is disrupting the role of cloud in IoT. How did we get here? At one time, IoT was all about connecting to the cloud. And the widely-held belief was that by connecting these things, we…
Wind River Joins Open-Source Initiative to Accelerate Telecom Edge Cloud Deployments

Wind River Joins Open-Source Initiative to Accelerate Telecom Edge Cloud Deployments

By Charlie Ashton The Linux Foundation’s announcement today of expansions to the recently introduced Akraino Edge Stack open-source project represents a significant milestone in the journey towards the adoption of virtualized applications and services throughout telecom networks. Service providers consistently report that they view edge-focused use cases as opportunities to attract new types of customers, deploy innovative new services and achieve…
Getting to Small Batches in Hardware Design using Simulation

Getting to Small Batches in Hardware Design using Simulation

By guest author Jakob Engblom In the previous part of this two-part blog, I discussed the general principle of doing work in small batches, the great benefits that it brings, and how the principle can be applied outside the traditional software development domain. In this part, I will discuss some more concrete examples about how we apply simulation to enable small batches,…
Wind River Helix Device Cloud: Recipient of the 2018 IoT Global Awards Platform of the Year

Wind River Helix Device Cloud: Recipient of the 2018 IoT Global Awards Platform of the Year

By: Amanda Lowe I’m excited to announce that Wind River has just received the IoT Global Award for Platform of the Year for Wind River® Helix™ Device Cloud at Smart IoT London. The 2018 IoT Global Awards programs recognizes excellence in IoT innovation. The Platform of the Year Award honors the most innovative IoT-related Application Enablement / Connectivity / Technology…
Compiling with Wind River Diab

Compiling with Wind River Diab

By Kumar Senthil and Liviu Caraman from the Connected Vehicle team at Wind River Choosing a compiler for automotive applications can be a difficult task, and choosing the wrong one can lead to pain and frustration. It could also lead to your product not working or not being able to meet appropriate safety certifications. Sounds dire? It doesn’t have to be…
Continuous Delivery, Embedded Systems, and Simulation

Continuous Delivery, Embedded Systems, and Simulation

By guest author Jakob Engblom Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) are two related and important concepts in modern software engineering and software product development.  Doing integration is a prerequisite to doing delivery and deployment, and getting a CI flow in place is often the hardest part of getting to CD. Doing CI for general-purpose software on a general-purpose…
Wind River Tops Global Embedded Software Market Once Again

Wind River Tops Global Embedded Software Market Once Again

By Michael Krutz Uniquely positioned within the embedded industry, Wind River boasts a comprehensive edge-to-cloud-software portfolio designed to help critical infrastructure companies realize the full potential of IoT and make the most of the emergent software-defined world. On the operating system front, this includes real-time operating system (RTOS) VxWorks, which offers a feature-rich development environment with the uncompromising performance, safety…
Accelerating Towards Industry 4.0

Accelerating Towards Industry 4.0

By Neil McLellan The acceleration in the adoption of Industry 4.0 enabling technologies is evident as we reach the mid-point of the 2018 convention season. Independent collaborative efforts, as well as open consortiums focused on addressing industrial performance demands around security, reliability, and open standards interoperability are the chief drivers responsible for increasing the speed to market. The momentum created…
The FACE™ Approach is the New Foundation of Affordable Military Avionics

The FACE™ Approach is the New Foundation of Affordable Military Avionics

By Chip Downing I am truly excited that The Open Group FACE™ Consortium has just released the latest FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.0.   This is a milestone in creating open standards for next generation military avionics systems and includes incremental improvements to the existing standard, as well as an enhanced data architecture, graphics, and lifecycle management services.  With these enhancements…