Intelligent Edge Resources
Wind River is focused on accelerating the massive innovation and disruption at the edge through this important industry initiative.
Secure, Safe, and Reliable Software for the Intelligent Edge
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Linux for the Intelligent Edge
Securing the Edge with StarlingX
Security on the edge is crucial. Learn more about how the StarlingX 2.0 release helps addressing this challenge.As we drive compute to the edge of the network many things change and...
Wind River Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation as Silver Member
Wind River has joined Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Silver member to support the advancement of cloud native computing architectures and technologies such as containers for...
Crunching Enterprise Containers for Industrial IoT
In a world trending toward agile software practices and cloud-native development, containerization has become a handy tool in the enterprise development toolbox. Technologies like Docker allow...
Enabling the Migration to Software-Defined Platforms for Critical Infrastructure
There is a growing need across multiple sectors for devices to be able to support the greater intelligence required to transition from automated to autonomous systems. This is driving technical...
Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform Demonstration
The evolution of edge computing is rapidly changing the embedded development landscape. The days of purpose-built hardware with application-specific software are giving way to new, heterogeneous envir
BUILDING THE 5G EDGE WITH OPEN SOURCE AND CONTAINERS
5G brings new and updated use cases in vRAN, MEC, uCPE, transportation, healthcare, and Industry 4.0. These disparate use cases share common elements, including the need for low latency, high...
IIoT Edge Computing Architecture with Wind River Linux
View how Wind River Linux enables IIoT edge computing use cases as part of SECO EDGEHOG ALL-IN-ONE IIoT PLATFORM. *** Use Case 1: IoT Architecture - The Vending Machine SBC-868-eNUC with the Intel®
IoT and the Edge
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, pushing every bit of data to the cloud can increase costs and the security risks associated with data delivery and processing.
StarlingX is a complete cloud infrastructure software stack for the edge used by the most demanding applications in industrial IOT, telecom, video delivery and other ultra-low latency use cases.
Teaser: Building the Open Source Distributed Edge Cloud – StarlingX at ARM Tech Con
Excerpts from Glenn Seiler’s presentation to introduce StarlingX at ARM Tech Con. This presentation provides an brief introduction to the StarlingX project. Glenn discusses how and why to get...
Industrial Edge Computing Demonstration Using Wind River Linux
Industrial edge computing demonstration of electric pump with fault detection using Seco gateway running Wind River Linux.
Adaptive Virtualization for Embedded, C4ISR, and Deployed Edge Devices
New technologies can bring more to your aerospace and defense programs—more data for applications, more services for users, more capabilities for edge devices. To enable that, you use more tools, mor
Bringing the Benefits of Linux Containers to Operational Technology
Linux container technology was introduced more than a decade ago and has recently jumped in adoption in IT environments. However, the OT (operational technology) environments, typically made up of...
Overcoming OpenStack Obstacles at the Edge
OpenStack is increasingly deployed for cloud management in network virtualization applications. The open source software orchestrates virtual machines (VMs) running on virtualized infrastructure...
The Best of All Worlds: Introducing Wind River’s New Edge Compute Software Platform
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...
Distributed Edge Clouds Are Complex, But Must They Be Difficult?
Service providers need to support applications that require extremely low latency and high bandwidth to cloud services, but the traditional, centralized cloud architecture was not designed for that.
The Path to Industry 4.0 Capabilities
See how industries are driving the digital transformation of their factory systems with workload consolidation via virtualization technology.
Edge Computing and How it Will Impact the Enterprise
The “edge-computing” qualifier has been coopted by different market segments to characterize use cases that are as varied as...