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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…
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,…
5G, Autonomous Systems and the Revenge of Real-time and Determinism!

5G, Autonomous Systems and the Revenge of Real-time and Determinism!

By Michel Genard If you tend to look at the technology landscape through the lens of a cloud approach, you probably believe that infinite compute, storage and bandwidth are available to you thanks to the cloud.  In terms of scalability and elasticity, IT and most of the popular PaaS have largely demonstrated that this is possible -- just buy more…
What Happens at Interop Stays at Interop!

What Happens at Interop Stays at Interop!

By Ron Breault After more than six months of discussions, conference calls, planning, and organization, something exciting and eagerly anticipated is about to occur in the world of Industrial Process Control Automation. The week of June 10th will see The Open Group hold the first ever Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF) Interoperability event!  This “members only” event will see companies…
VxWorks: A Long Love Story with Multi-core

VxWorks: A Long Love Story with Multi-core

By Michel Chabroux While it may seem mundane today to talk about multi-core, it used to be a big deal. Back in the day, all CPUs came with a single core (Zylog Z80, Motorola 68K, PowerPC 8xx, 386, etc.).  The one thing that CPU manufacturers did to provide more horse power was increase the frequency.  Eventually, the laws of physics…
Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform Wins 2019 American Business Bronze Stevie Award

Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform Wins 2019 American Business Bronze Stevie Award

We're pleased to announce that Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform has been named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Software Development Solution category in the annual American Business Awards, the nation’s premier business awards program. The recently launched, Helix Platform combines the company’s industry-leading VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS) and embedded Linux distribution into an edge compute software…
Wind River Reflections from NXP Technology Day

Wind River Reflections from NXP Technology Day

By Tony Crupi Last week I traveled to the NXP Technology Day in Minneapolis, MN.  There were many interesting and timely topics on the agenda, so not surprisingly it was a full house! It was great to catch up with my colleagues at NXP, our joint customers, and other Wind River partners. Over the last three decades, Wind River and…
RTOS Application Development Redefined: Desktop-like Ease-of-Use in Embedded with LLVM and Boost

RTOS Application Development Redefined: Desktop-like Ease-of-Use in Embedded with LLVM and Boost

By Michel Genard Nearly four decades ago VxWorks revolutionized the RTOS market by enabling a hardware board to connect to a Unix workstation dramatically changing the edit/compile/debug paradigm. This revolution was so disruptive that within ten years many established competitors went out of business or were acquired as a way to be salvaged. With VxWorks, Wind River continues to disrupt…
My New Socks from the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando

My New Socks from the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando

By Tony Crupi A few weeks ago, I attended the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando, FL. This was my fourth year attending the conference and it has grown to over 950 attendees, which included attendees from ExxonMobil, Schneider Electric, Rockwell Automation, GE, Honeywell, Intel, and many others. During the event, I was able to meet with many Wind River’s customers, as well…
The Best of All Worlds: Introducing Wind River’s New Edge Compute Software Platform

The Best of All Worlds: Introducing Wind River’s New Edge Compute Software Platform

By Michel Genard After nearly 40 years in the business, with customers writing 100’s of millions of lines of application code running on billions of devices on earth and in space, the embedded industry’s leading software provider continues to deliver differentiated and disruptive offerings. Today at Embedded World we’ve introduced the newest cutting-edge addition to our comprehensive edge compute software…