Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Long Term Savings

Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Long Term Savings

By Pavan Singh This is part 2 of a series on the main benefits of utilizing a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part 1 explains how commercial embedded Linux helps you get to market faster and part 3 reviews how you can simplify compliance. Commercially-supported embedded Linux is the best choice for embedded systems. It provides organizations with the support they…
Urgent/11 Further Boosts VxWorks Security

Urgent/11 Further Boosts VxWorks Security

By Arlen Baker, Wind River Chief Security Architect Working with the Security Research Community At Wind River, security is embedded in our DNA. It is part of our rich heritage of nearly 40 years in mission-critical systems. It is built into all the technologies we provide to help our customers develop trusted and reliable solutions. We take security extremely seriously,…
Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Get to Market Faster

Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Get to Market Faster

By Pavan Singh Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Get to Market Faster This is part 1 of a series on the benefits of utilizing a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part 2 outlines the long-term savings associated with commercial embedded Linux and part 3 reviews how you can simplify compliance management. Linux is the most popular choice for embedded solutions and is…
The Case for Easier Installation, Operations & Maintenance at the Edge

The Case for Easier Installation, Operations & Maintenance at the Edge

By Jeff Gowan The network edge may look like the land of opportunity for telcos seeking fertile ground to grow new revenue-generating services. For their network operations managers, however, ensuring the delivery of reliable services across disparate edge architectures and geographically dispersed sites of varying sizes could well look like a nightmare scenario. Indeed, operational complexity is one of the…
From Sputnik to SmallSats: Three Factors that Have Changed the Satellite Industry Forever

From Sputnik to SmallSats: Three Factors that Have Changed the Satellite Industry Forever

By Wind River Intern Ranjan Sikand Multi-national corporations and startups alike have begun to tackle the emerging sector of commercial spacecraft. Known as “new space,” it is the sector where companies are introducing new designs that propel them to the forefront of technological advancement, in areas such as 5G networking and imaging. As the new space race heats up, Wind…
Get the Insider’s View on Satellite Technology Today

Get the Insider’s View on Satellite Technology Today

By Andreea Volusincu The first U.S. Weather Satellite weighed 270 pounds. That made most people associate the word “satellite” with either a moon, a sputnik, or a modern rig with rocket motors, solar panels, and antennae. Is that still the case? Sixty years later, satellites are more common, that provide internet access to billions, secure telecommunications, GPS information, and strategic…
Breaking Down a Real-Time Autonomous Data Management Framework

Breaking Down a Real-Time Autonomous Data Management Framework

ITTIA Guest Blog By Sasan Montaseri, President and Ryan Phillips, Architect Part 1 - Autonomous systems, a tsunami of data and data management risks Advances in computing greatly impact the way we will go about our lives. From agriculture using robotics to manage the day-to-day care of livestock to fast food restaurants finding ways to minimize waste, autonomous systems are…
Which Embedded Linux? Evaluating Types of Linux for Embedded Systems

Which Embedded Linux? Evaluating Types of Linux for Embedded Systems

By Pavan Singh Linux is the primary environment for a majority of software developers and is the solution of choice for embedded systems. Linux is ideal for embedded systems because it comes in so many flavors and varieties. However, this is also one of its biggest challenges. You want to make sure that you are using the right type of…
Commercial Embedded Linux: Prototype to Production

Commercial Embedded Linux: Prototype to Production

By Jessica Schieve Linux is the default environment for most software developers and is becoming increasingly popular for embedded solutions. However, one of Linux’s greatest strengths, and to some extent its biggest challenge, is that it comes in so many flavors and varieties —each well-suited to a particular use case. Commercial embedded Linux is often the popular choice for organizations looking…
I’d Love To Tell You More, But…

I’d Love To Tell You More, But…

By Ron Breault The Open Group recently held the first ever Interoperability Event (“IoP”) for the Open Process Automation Forum, or OPAF.  This was an eagerly anticipated activity among OPAF members, who had worked hard in preparation for this testing for months in advance.  I’m happy to say that the event was a complete success, with more achieved than expected,…