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Wind River at MILCOM 2016

Wind River at MILCOM 2016

By Chip Downing This week the Wind River A&D team will be at MILCOM 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center in downtown Baltimore, MD.  Wind River will be in booth #6006 and will showcase our latest technologies for building the foundations of next generation military communications using tactical clouds and secure tactical communications. We will be demonstrating our two flagship…
LGU+ selects Titanium Cloud for commercial NFV deployment

LGU+ selects Titanium Cloud for commercial NFV deployment

By Charlie Ashton The Wind River Titanium Cloud network virtualization platform was recently selected by LGU+ for their first commercial carrier grade Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) deployment. Formerly known as LG Telecom, LGU+ is one of the 3 major operators in South Korea and owned by LG Corporation. LGU+ provides a wide range of wired and wireless communications services such…
Creating the Next Generation Automotive Cockpit

Creating the Next Generation Automotive Cockpit

By Dan Noal The automotive landscape is undergoing a software revolution. Consumers are coming to expect a connected lifestyle in every aspect of their lives including inside their car. The importance of software is growing as it is becoming the key to creating unique driving experiences. Wind River Helix Cockpit is a Linux based offering targeting in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), telematics,…
Open Data Plane Support for Linux-based Network Applications

Open Data Plane Support for Linux-based Network Applications

By Bruce Ashfield The collaborative way of developing software shows us that where there’s a technical challenge, there’s an open source project to tackle it. Also, where there’s an open source project, there’s a group of people supporting, contributing, extending and using it to drive innovation. OpenDataPlane (ODP) is one of those open source projects. It offers a layer for…
Automotive networks can benefit from security layers

Automotive networks can benefit from security layers

By Tim Radzykewycz Last year, at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek reported their security research on a Jeep Cherokee.  They were able to remotely break into the system and take control of steering, brakes, and other safety critical systems on the vehicle, as well as systems not normally considered safety critical such as…
The Role of System Updates in IoT

The Role of System Updates in IoT

By Tim Radzykewycz In the brave new world that the Internet of things (IoT) is shaping, operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) are quickly converging. Up until now, IT was seen as defining a restricted range of technologies pertaining to information processing, mainly generating and communicating data. OT was the domain of machinery, mainly physical equipment that was doing…
Accelerate the deployment of reliable, cost-effective and flexible virtual CPE

Accelerate the deployment of reliable, cost-effective and flexible virtual CPE

By Jeff Gowan If you’re working on the deployment of virtual CPE solutions, you’ll want to check out the recently-published white paper  “Wind River and Intel Join Forces on Reference Design for Virtual Business Customer Premises Equipment.” The paper describes the reference platform developed by Wind River in collaboration with members of the Intel Network Builders and Wind River Titanium Cloud…
Linux Containers: Where Enterprise Meets Embedded Operating Environments

Linux Containers: Where Enterprise Meets Embedded Operating Environments

By Bruce Ashfield As more and more internet of things (IoT) services are being pushed to the edge of the network or onto smaller devices, the need of flexible, connected platforms is on the rise. Exciting open source technologies are brought forth to fill in the gap between embedded and enterprise platforms to service IoT needs, and containerization is an…
Develop. Deploy. Defend.

Develop. Deploy. Defend.

By Davide Ricci The factory floor is geting a makeover with intelligent connected devices. The server room is no longer a stuffy place. A majority of enterprises are strategically on the Internet of Things (IoT) path, and the developer ecosystem is rapidly changing as well.  It seems we’re well on the way to reach industry forecast of 200 billion connected…
Accelerated Virtual Routing Makes OpenStack More Cost-Effective

Accelerated Virtual Routing Makes OpenStack More Cost-Effective

By Charlie Ashton In a recent post we outlined some of the approaches we’re taking to solve OpenStack-related problems and thereby enable it to become a viable solution for VM orchestration in telco applications such as virtual CPE. This topic is also covered in a detailed white paper that you can find here. As we talk with service providers and…