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Have Your Lab In The Cloud

Have Your Lab In The Cloud

By Eva Skoglund You may have seen it already – we’ve started to gradually roll out a preview of Wind River Helix Lab Cloud – a new type of environment to demonstrate the concept of having a lab in the cloud. It gives you instant access to embedded targets for Intel®, ARM®, and PowerPC® running Wind River Linux. We think Lab…
Defining How to Develop Systems for IoT

Defining How to Develop Systems for IoT

By Michel Genard How many times have you recalled a specific situation in your life and imagined what might have happened if it had played out differently than it actually had? What would have happened if you had introduced yourself to that one person? What if you took the other job offer you had? What if you could have experimented with these…
Openstack…the next big thing!

Openstack…the next big thing!

By Davide Ricci Continuing our ongoing efforts to advance open source innovation, Wind River is keeping busy with new OpenStack activities. Wind River has spent years of hard work in the Linux space to further grow adoption and innovation across the embedded industry. Add to that, we’ve contributed to the inception and development of an open ecosystem for building Linux…

A Practical Approach to the Internet of Things

The market opportunities around the Internet of Things (IoT) are substantial for Intel,  McAfee, Wind River, along with their ecosystem and the industry at large. But in a practical sense, how should businesses approach IoT? How can they start optimizing their processes and how do they ensure security? I recently caught up with a couple of experts to find out: Adam Burns, Director of Strategic Planning and…
Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems (Infographic)

Challenges Ahead for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems (Infographic)

By Franz Walkembach A revolution is taking place behind the scenes of car manufacturers’ closed doors. Software is taking center stage in the creation of a differentiated driving experience. It is a sea change from this traditionally hardware dominant world. According to a recent report from ABI Research, it’s expected that shipments of connected automotive infotainment systems will grow from 9…
The Future of the RTOS is Driving the Internet of Things

The Future of the RTOS is Driving the Internet of Things

By Bill Graham Real-time operating systems (RTOS) are having to become increasingly sophisticated – they must satisfy performance demands, offer hard real-time response and handle memory constraints, but increasingly they also need to deliver capabilities demanded by the new, highly connected, security conscious, remotely managed world of machine to machine (M2M) networks and the Internet of Things (IoT). Intelligent devices…
A Whole New ‘Internet of Things’ World

A Whole New ‘Internet of Things’ World

By Jens Wiegand The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming not only businesses, but also our lives. The ability of intelligent devices to perceive and respond to the environment around them makes them incredibly valuable for complex decision-making in a broad range of industries. The growth potential is explosive: billions of units are generating more than $1 trillion in revenue…
Getting Closer to the Network Virtualization Vision

Getting Closer to the Network Virtualization Vision

By Davide Ricci Recent times have been, and continue to be, tough times for the networking industry. Data, data and data…it’s a constant flood of data. And, legacy infrastructure isn’t able to scale to meet the exponential growth in demand for capacity. At the same time, operators are trying to introduce new advanced services to grow new revenue streams while also reducing…

Confusion Abounds as Buzzwords Converge on Defining Internet of Things

By Gareth Noyes Trends seem to have a life of their own, especially in technology. Clusters of thoughts and ideas converge to re-frame an idea or define something completely new and then buzzwords are born. But before they reach critical mass and gain widespread acceptance, they often go through painful phases where the same words are used, but we get…

Analytics and the ‘Internet of Things’

By Gareth Noyes Analytics has become a major buzzword these days, whether in the realm of connected devices, the Internet of Things, web analytics or big data business analytics.  In the context of the Internet of Things, I thought I’d share some observations on different analytics paradigms and use cases. One common analytics model is what could be termed “store-and-analyze-later,”…