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Wind River Linux ISO 9001 Certification – Taming Open Source

Wind River Linux ISO 9001 Certification – Taming Open Source

By Shree Vidya Jayaraman  Why ISO 9001 Certification?                                                                             ISO 9001 certification relates to the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. The ISO 9001 standard helps organizations to organize processes, improve the efficiency of processes, and…
Linux Reflections from a Wind River Intern

Linux Reflections from a Wind River Intern

By Jenna Camargo, Wind River Intern This summer, a marketing intern by the name of Ranjan Sikand proved that Wind River Linux truly is accessible for use by all. That being said, when the opportunity arose for an intern to work with the leading free open source Linux in the embedded industry, it made perfect sense that of the team…
Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Managing Compliance

Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Managing Compliance

By Pavan Singh This is part 3 of a series on the main benefits of utilizing a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part 1 explains how you can get to market faster and part 2 outlines the long-term savings associated with commercial embedded Linux.   Commercial embedded Linux is the solution of choice for many software developers working on embedded products.…
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…
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…
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…
Improving ATM Security

Improving ATM Security

By Rick Anderson While the security of Automated Teller Machines is not necessarily “life critical” as with many other industries (think transportation, medical and some industrial applications), there are certainly financial and identity theft risks associated with these devices.  There is much data on the web regarding the various ATM attack vectors, the estimated number of annual hacks and the cost…
Is your ATM moving from Windows 7 to Windows 10?  Save the Motherboards!

Is your ATM moving from Windows 7 to Windows 10? Save the Motherboards!

By Rick Anderson Within the financial sector, Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) are one of the primary mechanisms for getting cash out of your bank or savings & loan account.  The majority of these devices are running Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system on older Intel motherboards.  Unfortunately, Windows 7 end of life occurs on January 14, 2020 and after that date, these ATMs…
Wind River Linux – A Path to Long Term Success

Wind River Linux – A Path to Long Term Success

By Teo Bobirnila For nearly two decades, Wind River Linux has delivered the best of open source technology, integrated and optimized for embedded development, with the vision, innovation, and business-risk mitigation only a mature technology vendor can provide. In recent years we saw a flood of devices becoming connected into the growing IoT spectrum, introducing additional challenges for embedded device…