Intelligent Edge Resources
Wind River is focused on accelerating the massive innovation and disruption at the intelligent edge through this important industry initiative.
Industry 4.0 and 5G in the COVID Pandemic
2020 was the “Annus Horribilis” for manufacturers, whose operations and supply chains have been severely disrupted by the COVID-19 global pandemic. What has been the impact of this disruption on...
Cybersecurity Essentials for the Intelligent Edge
In this interactive executive briefing, Wind River will walk you through the tech must-haves to successfully protect your systems and devices through their life cycle.
Designing for the Intelligent Edge
The intelligent edge presents a wide variety of new opportunities and challenges for virtually every industry. Wind River has been providing advice, tools, and consulting services to the makers...
The Need for Open Source at the Edge
There is a perfect storm driving the adoption of intelligent edge applications—the availability of new technologies and the need for businesses to embrace digital transformation and real-time...
10 Properties of Secure Embedded Systems
Protecting Can’t-Fail Systems from Tampering, Reverse Engineering, and Other Cyberattacks
Part 5 // Creating a Secure Edge Product
Get the rundown on a solid process for creating a secure edge product, from methodology to mapping secure principles to design imperatives.
Part 3 // Performance Matters at the Edge
Performance—specifically latency and jitter—is one of the most common requirements when building intelligent edge solutions. This goes across all markets. Learn how to ensure that Linux solutions...
Part 2 // Defining Market Grade Requirements
Requirements differ by market for intelligent edge devices. An enterprise or data center–centric Linux solution won’t cut it for embedded markets such as automotive, industrial, or aerospace...
Part 1 // Open Source Gaining at the Edge
The proliferation of open source software on edge devices has grown by orders of magnitude year over year. But a single, static variant of Linux on the edge can’t meet the requirements of every...
Wind River Linux Binaries – Accelerate IoT/Edge application development with a high-performance Linux
By Narasimha Krishnakumar Wind River is #1 in OS platforms for the intelligent edge. With the availability of Wind River Linux Binaries, we continue to expand upon our leadership with the...
Software Security Across the Intelligent Edge
Security Must Cover Every Single Endpoint Device, Through the Entire Lifecycle
Edge Computing: Next Steps in Architecture, Design and Testing
This collaborative white paper authored by representatives from Dell, Intel, OpenStack Foundation, Verizon, and others is another step by OSF Edge Computing Group’s work to better define and test...
The New Intelligent Edge
Four Drivers of Digital Transformation at the Intelligent Edge and the Key Questions That Will Help Architect Your Success
Secure, Safe, and Reliable Software for the Intelligent Edge
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