Cloud Computing

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Analyze this…Accelerate that…

By Steve Konish In just three short months, the engineering team at Wind River has added new, amazing capabilities to the Wind River Intelligent Network Platform.  These enhancements to the platform allow applications to go even deeper and faster than ever before.     When we first launched the platform, it included two data plane engines for packet acceleration and pattern matching.  The…

Industrial Automation and the Cloud

By Alexander Damisch We’re hearing so much about the cloud lately – and I get asked often what cloud computing means in the context of industrial automation and about the benefits delivered, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to share my thoughts on the cloud as it pertains to industrial automation.  It's a topic I recently covered in a Q&A session for…

An M2M Step in the Right Direction

By Brian Vezza Today is an exciting day for companies looking to implement M2M-based devices and services, as well as for Wind River.  We have announced a collaboration with Digi International to deliver a new family of Digi-branded machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions that will enable us to significantly expand our M2M footprint.  Digi M2M Solution Builder kit will be based on…

Cost of security

By Alex Wilson Having read Paul Parkinson's blog about  the UK National CyberSecurity Strategy, it was interesting to read this article on the US government moves towards cloud computing. I have always been surprised by the seemingly complacent attitude towards security, especially with our approach of downloading daily patches and security fixes to the variety of software installed on our…

All Eyes on IDF 2010

By Kevin Curry It’s Fall once again which means one thing – it’s time for the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. In many recent years at IDF we have seen many new technologies revealed such as RF ID tags, small form factor computing boards, leading edge silicon manufacturing processes, smart home technologies, intelligent in-vehicle technologies, and predictions beyond Moore’s Law…