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Wind River Edge Sync Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2018 American Business Awards®

Wind River Edge Sync Honored as Bronze Stevie® Award Winner in 2018 American Business Awards®

By Marques McCammon Wind River Helix Edge Sync  was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the “Best New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Other” category in the 16th Annual American Business Awards. Edge Sync is an intelligent over-the-air (OTA) update and software lifecycle management solution enabling auto manufacturers to securely and remotely manage…
Wind River Earns 2018 ‘Best Places to Work’ Recognition

Wind River Earns 2018 ‘Best Places to Work’ Recognition

Wind River was once again named one of the Bay Area’s 'Best Places to Work' by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal based on the company's corporate philosophy, work culture, management practices and overall benefits. Rankings were unveiled at a San Francisco gala earlier this week, where Wind River received the workplace award in the large…
When AI Goes Bad

When AI Goes Bad

By Mychal McCabe The Future of Humanity Institute recently followed up on last year's survey about AI exceeding human performance in a variety of tasks, with a report titled "The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention, and Mitigation." The report focuses on three macro changes to the threat landscape: expansion of existing threats, introduction of new threats, and a…
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…
Spectre and Meltdown – How to Respond in the Embedded World

Spectre and Meltdown – How to Respond in the Embedded World

By Tim Skutt The past few weeks have included a whirlwind of speculation and revelations around a new set of security issues known as Spectre and Meltdown.  Collectively, these issues impact most of the major processor architectures and implementations, prompting the cross-cutting question – “what should I do about these issues?” Much of the initial information available focuses on answering…
Telstra and Wind River Successfully Complete NFV Proof-of-Concept with Titanium Cloud Platform

Telstra and Wind River Successfully Complete NFV Proof-of-Concept with Titanium Cloud Platform

By Charlie Ashton Telstra recently completed a proof-of-concept (PoC) program with the Wind River Titanium Cloud network virtualization platform. The project showcased interoperability between the Titanium Cloud platform, DellEMC servers and several virtual network functions (VNFs). The proof-of-concept was showcased at the Telstra Engineering Symposium held on November 2, 2017. Telstra, Australia’s leading telecommunications company, offers a full range of communications…
Modernizing your industrial control system? Here are six critical requirements you need to address

Modernizing your industrial control system? Here are six critical requirements you need to address

By Jeff Gowan Digital Transformation. The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Next Generation Industrial Control. Industry 4.0. Enough buzzwords for ya? They all include one common element: moving control functions from dedicated hardware into software. Why? Because you can reduce your operating expenses, introduce new flexibility and optimization to your processes, and potentially discover new ways to monetize your data. But let’s…
ARC Advisory Group Highlights Titanium Control as Disruptor for Industrial Automation Market

ARC Advisory Group Highlights Titanium Control as Disruptor for Industrial Automation Market

By Charlie Ashton Just in time to assist industrial automation companies who are reviewing and refining their strategies at the start of 2018, ARC Advisory Group has released a fascinating paper titled “Virtualization and Industrial Control”. If you’re in the industrial control business, this paper should be high on your New Year reading list. Written by Harry Forbes, Research Director…
Wind River Helps Omron Solve Their Industrial IoT Challenges

Wind River Helps Omron Solve Their Industrial IoT Challenges

By Alex Wilson Shaping the Factory of the Future When we look at digital business transformation, there are many aspects to be considered on how we might improve our company performance or expand into new or adjacent markets. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industry 4.0, is driving digital transformation by optimizing our industrial control systems though use of…
Delivering Craft Beer and Industrial Control: Closer than You’d Think

Delivering Craft Beer and Industrial Control: Closer than You’d Think

By Charlie Ashton Google “OPA” and one of the first results you’ll see will be all about Oatmeal Pale Ale, from Hood River, Oregon. Apparently, “a refreshing beer, high on hop aromatics yet well balanced with modest bitterness…. OPA pours a beautiful golden hue with a dense rocky head.” Definitely now on my list for the next time I visit…