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Swimming in a Sea of Simulators

Swimming in a Sea of Simulators

By guest author Jakob Engblom, Product Management Engineer, Intel It is fun to be back on the Wind River blog, even if it is “just” as a guest blogger. I have written a lot about Wind River Simics and simulation here over the years, and it is fun to keep doing that, even though I have moved from Wind River…
Intelligent Gateways Require a Robust Software Backbone

Intelligent Gateways Require a Robust Software Backbone

By Amanda Lowe Many organizations that want to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) are looking for efficient ways to connect their existing assets that are already deployed (brown field).  The solution is to build a bridge between these devices and the Internet with what is referred to as a gateway. Even for the new generation of Internet-connected devices, connecting…
Simics Unleashed – Applications of Virtual Platforms

Simics Unleashed – Applications of Virtual Platforms

By Jakob Engblom "Simics Unleashed - Applications of Virtual Platforms" is the title of the latest issue of the Intel Technology Journal (ITJ). The ITJ issue on Simics is approximately 200 pages long, and contains 11 articles from Wind River, Intel, and academia. It covers a wide range of Simics uses, including such diverse topics as very large cluster simulation,…

VxWorks: Delivering on the Promise of Multicore

By Bill Graham Wind River had a big week on the multicore front which included a significant presence at last week’s Multicore Developer Conference. In addition to keynoting the event, Wind River delivered two presentations on making the most out of multicore hardware platforms.  A key takeaway from the event is that the hardware has come a long way --…

Got DPDK? We Can Help You!

By Glenn Seiler If you’ve purchased a communications processor from Intel in the last year, there is a strong likelihood you are familiar with the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit. Intel DPDK, as it is commonly referred to here at Wind River, is a set of libraries that help applications transmit and receive packet data as efficiently as possible on…

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…

Introducing Performance Studio

By Emeka Nwafor What is Performance Studio? Is it: 1. Some kind of hair product 2. A new "clinic" for MLB players 3. Full name: : Wind River Linux Performance Studio for Intel® Architecture; a new add-on product for Wind River Linux that helps you get the most performance out of your embedded Linux device software running on Intel hardware  If you correctly answered…

Leveraging Virtual Platforms to Improve the Intel Product Lifecycle Process

By Eddie Glenn An Interview with Atul Kwatra, Principal Engineer at Intel My colleague Jakob Engblom and I had the opportunity to meet with Atul Kwatra, Principal Engineer at Intel recently.  Atul is responsible for driving virtual platform strategy and technical direction for the Intelligent Systems Group (ISG) at Intel.  ISG focuses on products for the embedded, networking, and communications…

Catching up at IDF 2011 – An Embedded Chat with Intel ECG

By Eddie Glenn In case you missed it, the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) was held last week in San Francisco.  The Simics team was busy at IDF with multiple Simics-related events being held.   At IDF, we handed out free memory sticks preinstalled with Simics, models of Intel devices, and a hands-on tutorial.  This is a great way to quickly learn…