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No Need to Wait to Take Advantage of Multi-access Edge Computing

No Need to Wait to Take Advantage of Multi-access Edge Computing

By Charlie Ashton May and June are intense trade show months for the telecom industry. Even skipping two or three that would have been relevant if we had unlimited bandwidth, over the past few weeks our Wind River team has been spread between NFV World Congress, OpenStack Summit, DellEMC World, Big Communications Event, Network Virtualization and SDN Europe, Canadian Telecom…
IoT: What, Where, When, Why, How

IoT: What, Where, When, Why, How

By Jeff Gowan The Internet of Things (IoT) is a major industry trend in the telecom industry and beyond. It is generally agreed there is no shortage of potential on many different fronts. IoT brings the potential for businesses to be much more efficient due to the ability to analyze data that was previously locked within non-IoT enabled equipment. This…
Building Next Generation Networks with CENGN

Building Next Generation Networks with CENGN

By Ron Breault As proud members of Canada’s CENGN (Center of Excellence in Next Generation Networks) consortium, Wind River is excited to be working with a fantastic set of bright, talented individuals who are committed to keeping Canada’s place on the map as a technology and innovation power house! One of many areas of mutual interest between Wind River and…
Wind River Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2017 American Business Awards

Wind River Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2017 American Business Awards

The Wind River Titanium Control on-premise cloud infrastructure platform was today named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the New Product or Service of the Year in the Software - Cloud Infrastructure category in the 15th Annual American Business Awards. The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are…
Order from Chaos

Order from Chaos

By Ron Breault What’s more frustrating than trying to root cause a problem with an app running on a large, multi-process server?  How about doing the same when that server is running OpenStack, notorious for generating cryptic logs?  Now imagine the challenge of doing the same when the app might span or migrate across 100 servers and runs virtualized in…
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…
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…
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.…