Wind River Blog

The Wind River Blog Network is made up of a variety of voices: executives, technologists and industry enthusiasts. We hope to foster conversations and encourage the sharing of insights regarding the evolving landscape of intelligent, connected systems with our ecosystem of customers, partners and colleagues.

  • 5G moving from hype to reality, with Ericsson as an industry leader

    5G moving from hype to reality, with Ericsson as an industry leader

    There are two things that jump out at me with these articles. The first is that they show how the industry is no longer focused on just touting the benefits of 5G, they are sharing what’s actually...

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  • Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Managing Compliance

    Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Managing Compliance

    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...

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  • Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Long Term Savings

    Commercial Embedded Linux Benefits: Long Term Savings

    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...

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  • Urgent/11 Further Boosts VxWorks Security

    Working with the Security Research Community At Wind River, security is embedded in our DNA. It is part of our rich heritage of nearly 40 years...

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  • 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...

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  • The Case for Easier Installation, Operations & Maintenance at the Edge

    The network edge may look like the land of opportunity for telcos seeking fertile ground to grow new revenue-generating services. For their network operations managers, however,...

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  • From Sputnik to SmallSats: Three Factors that Have Changed the Satellite Industry Forever

    Multi-national corporations and startups alike have begun to tackle the emerging sector of commercial spacecraft. Known as “new space,” it is the sector where...

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  • Get the Insider’s View on Satellite Technology Today

    The first U.S. Weather Satellite weighed 270 pounds. That made most people associate the word “satellite” with either a moon, a sputnik, or a modern rig with rocket motors,...

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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 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...

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  • Which Embedded Linux? Evaluating Types of Linux for Embedded Systems

    Which Embedded Linux? Evaluating Types of Linux for Embedded Systems

    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...

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  • 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...

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  • Commercial Embedded Linux: Prototype to Production

    Commercial Embedded Linux: Prototype to Production

    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...

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  • 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...

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  • Space as the final frontier? Simulate for safety!

    By Michel Genard Mythology tells the tale of Icarus burning his wings while flying too close to the sun. In the 16th century, Leonardo da Vinci sketched a flight machine, and flight became a...

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  • Tracealyzer for VxWorks – Overview and Getting Started Guide

    Tracealyzer for VxWorks – Overview and Getting Started Guide

    Guest Blog By Dr. Johan Kraft, CEO & Founder of Percepio Tracealyzer is a trace visualization and analysis tool for embedded software developers. The recently released Tracealyzer version 4 for...

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  • Why Virtualization Holds the Key to Application Portability

    By Andreea Volosincu This week, at the Paris Air Show, new information was released on the cooperation between France and Germany for the next phase of the Future Combat Air System (FCAS). At...

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

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

    Here come autonomous systems and 5G. Suddenly the importance of latency and determinism are back in the game. Why?

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  • The Cure for StarlingX FOMO at Open Infrastructure Summit

    The Cure for StarlingX FOMO at Open Infrastructure Summit

    By Jeff Gowan FOMO, for those who are unfamiliar, stands for “fear of missing out.” If you weren’t able to attend the Summit in Denver, or perhaps even if you did, some StarlingX “FOMO” could be...

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  • Co-existing with containers: Cloud Native solutions don’t need a greenfield

    Co-existing with containers: Cloud Native solutions don’t need a greenfield

    Containers are widely regarded as the next big thing in telco virtualization technology, but what about the service providers who have already deployed VM-based solutions? Some...

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  • What Happens at Interop Stays at Interop!

    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...

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