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Boost your VNF’s performance by 30x without lifting a finger (and 40x with just a little effort)

Boost your VNF’s performance by 30x without lifting a finger (and 40x with just a little effort)

By Charlie Ashton As service providers move beyond initial trials of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and start planning actual deployments of virtualized applications, the economics of this transition come under increasing scrutiny. After all, why would you take the risk of deploying new, risky technology unless the Return on Investment (RoI) is both significant and quantifiable? One of the major…
Top Ten Reasons To Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 3

Top Ten Reasons To Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 3

By Bill Graham In this final post of this series (see Part 1, Part 2), I want to emphasize the importance of support, maintenance and training. The high quality support and training that is available worldwide is what differentiates commercial Linux from a roll your own solution. Wind River’s goal is to help our customers succeed with embedded Linux and this…
Top Ten Reasons to Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 2

Top Ten Reasons to Trust Your Business to Wind River Linux – Part 2

By Bill Graham In my previous post I talked about some of the top reasons that you should trust your business to Wind River Linux. Those points speak to our well-earned market leadership and company strengths. To continue, we’ll investigate additional points regarding how our embedded Linux solutions are, in the end, less risk and cost than roll-your-own solutions. Let’s have a…

Simplifying M2M

By Brian Vezza Today, Wind River is taking a significant step forward in simplifying machine-to-machine (M2M) development for our customers.  We announced the Wind River Intelligent Device Platform which builds upon Wind River’s operating system and tools leadership with M2M middleware to make it easier to design, build, and operate M2M or smart connected devices. As I’ve written before, M2M devices…

Wind River Linux and the Yocto Project…Sowing the seeds of change

By Davide Ricci The year was 1998, I was walking through the aisles of a book store on campus at the Politecnico of Milano and a box of software caught my eye. It looked unconventional, sort of "homemade" and on its cover was an image of a man with a red hat. It was Red Hat 5.2, and the box…

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…

Service-enabled gateways – The heart of the connected home

By Jessica Schieve As we ring in the new year, 120,000+ people will descend on Las Vegas for the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show. The drumbeat to promote the next hot mobile or consumer device, application and technology is in full swing. The industry will be abuzz with press releases, product announcements and new partnerships.  And, yes, Wind River is gearing up…