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No Compromises on Security when Virtualizing Industrial Control Applications

No Compromises on Security when Virtualizing Industrial Control Applications

By Charlie Ashton As long as you select the right software platform, virtualization will bring a wide range of benefits to your industrial control application without compromising on the level of security delivered by traditional physical infrastructure. Moreover, virtualization will enhance your system-level security by enabling dynamic updates in response to emerging threats. In industries such as energy, manufacturing, healthcare…
New Cloud Platform Simplifies Telco Deployments of Secure Edge Computing Applications

New Cloud Platform Simplifies Telco Deployments of Secure Edge Computing Applications

By Charlie Ashton Telco edge applications bring new revenue opportunities Telecom service providers worldwide are increasingly viewing applications hosted at the network edge as compelling business opportunities. While revenues from traditional broadband and voice services are essentially flat, edge applications present opportunities to sell new kinds of services to new kinds of customers. This provides the potential for increased market…
Wind River Helps Waterous Lead Digital Transformation of Fire Trucks

Wind River Helps Waterous Lead Digital Transformation of Fire Trucks

By Keith Shea Waterous, the leading manufacturer of water pumps for fire trucks, enlisted Wind River and Intel to help develop Tellurus, the first digital touch-screen control panel for its advanced water and foam pumps. Tellurus™, is revolutionizing the fire service industry by radically simplifying and speeding the setup time for firefighters, helping eliminate delays in their efforts to save…
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…
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…
Wind River Helix Device Cloud Receives  IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award

Wind River Helix Device Cloud Receives IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award

By Keith Shea I’m excited to announce that Wind River has just received the IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award for Wind River Helix Device Cloud. The 2016 IoT Excellence Award honors innovative products that support the availability of information being deduced, inferred and directly gathered from sensors, systems and anything else that is supporting better business and personal decisions. Device…
Oracle and Wind River Bring the Enterprise to the Edge

Oracle and Wind River Bring the Enterprise to the Edge

By Amanda Lowe We’ve all seen the predictions on the opportunities that IoT presents to companies in the industrial sector. Regardless of which of the wide-ranging analyst figures you follow, its clear to see that the possibilities are endless. Turning those possibilities into reality starts with bridging the gap between IT and OT. The value of IoT lies in connecting…
How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Driving Safer Around the World

By Marques McCammon Technological advances have already made driving safer with features like forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Looking ahead, perhaps by the end of the decade, new connected vehicle technology may allow millions of cars, trucks, buses and trains to talk wirelessly to each other, the roadway, traffic lights and nearby buildings, to address hazards drivers can’t…
Wind River Announces VxWorks Integration with IBM Watson IoT

Wind River Announces VxWorks Integration with IBM Watson IoT

By Paul Chen Wind River is pleased to announce availability of the VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS) client for the IBM Watson IoT platform. This is part of the IBM/Wind River collaboration to advance IoT deployments for industrial customers with new “edge-to-cloud” recipes designed to simplify and accelerate the development of smart connected devices. This integration marks the first in…
How to manage the IoT Analytical lifecycle

How to manage the IoT Analytical lifecycle

Guest Blog by Saurabh Mishra/SAS Since the idea of an “IoT analytical lifecycle,” may be understood in many different ways, let’s start with a definition. Performing analytics at the data center and the cloud is well established practice, and is still quite relevant. With growing numbers of connected devices and availability of computing capabilities at various layers of the network, however,…