Yocto Project

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Openstack…the next big thing!

Openstack…the next big thing!

By Davide Ricci Continuing our ongoing efforts to advance open source innovation, Wind River is keeping busy with new OpenStack activities. Wind River has spent years of hard work in the Linux space to further grow adoption and innovation across the embedded industry. Add to that, we’ve contributed to the inception and development of an open ecosystem for building Linux…
Getting Closer to the Network Virtualization Vision

Getting Closer to the Network Virtualization Vision

By Davide Ricci Recent times have been, and continue to be, tough times for the networking industry. Data, data and data…it’s a constant flood of data. And, legacy infrastructure isn’t able to scale to meet the exponential growth in demand for capacity. At the same time, operators are trying to introduce new advanced services to grow new revenue streams while also reducing…

Wind River Expertise Recognized with GENIVI Award

By Franz Walkembach The Automotive group at Wind River is quite an impressive team…Consider this: hundreds of engineers and decades of successfully completed projects have helped Wind River carefully foster the development in this industry. We not only created trusted connections with customers and partners, but we’ve also stayed ahead of key trends, riding a wave of open source innovation…

The Yocto Project…Striking the balance of speed and stability

By Davide Ricci On my flight back to the Bay Area, I was reflecting on my memories of Barcelona at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2012. I’m recalling my time on stage, during the opening panel of the Yocto Project Dev Day, with my friends and colleagues from Texas Instruments, Intel, Jupiter, and ... Mentor. Surprised at the mix of…

Wind River Linux and the Yocto Project…Sowing the seeds of change

By Davide Ricci The year was 1998, I was walking through the aisles of a book store on campus at the Politecnico of Milano and a box of software caught my eye. It looked unconventional, sort of "homemade" and on its cover was an image of a man with a red hat. It was Red Hat 5.2, and the box…

The Yocto Project: What It Is and What It Isn’t

By Davide Ricci As I work heavily with embedded Linux on a daily basis, I’m often asked about the Yocto Project.  While the Yocto Project is gaining traction and folks in the industry are generally aware of it, there still exists a bit of unfamiliarity of the details. What exactly is the Yocto Project? Is it a Linux distribution?  How…

Embedded is cool (and getting even cooler)

By Paul Anderson When people ask me what I do, I never know how to answer the question. Most people state their occupation. But, does that define what we do? I usually respond with something cheeky like “metabolize,” or “provide for those around me” or “go running or fly airplanes any chance I get.” But, usually people want to know…