There's no longer any question about it: autonomous vehicles are coming. The real question is when and how they'll move off the drawing board and test track and onto our streets and highways.
Managing the 2020 Medical Device Windows Upgrade Cycle
In January 2020, support for the popular operating system Windows® 7 is set to expire. The support for many versions of Windows CE and Windows Embedded have ended or will end soon.
The Internet of Trains
Explore the opportunities for rail operators to improve safety, manage system capacity, and reduce operating and maintenance costs through the more efficient use of infrastructure.
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...
Accelerate DevOps with Continuous Integration and Simulation
Your team wants to adopt DevOps and Continuous Integration (CI) practices in order to meet the growing demand for faster delivery of new features. But implementing these practices can be...
Enabling the Migration to Future Aerospace and Defense Systems
Embedded software used in aerospace and defense (A&D) systems is currently undergoing a dramatic evolution. Historically, these A&D systems had varying levels of network connectivity, performed...
High Performance Embedded Computing
Complex multiprocessor systems require a broad array of software tools to speed system application software development. Developing software for complex, multiprocessor embedded systems such as...
Software Challenges When Developing Applications for Multiprocessor Embedded Systems
Cloud Native for Telco: Making IT Technology Feasible at the Network Edge
The term cloud native has come to dominate telco industry discussions around network transformation. Communications service providers (CSPs) are realizing that the cloudbased networking practices...
NFV DAY 2 - The Critical Tipping Point
It’s Transformation Time for Embedded Development
Embedded development is at a tipping point. Complexity, cost, risk, and delay are all on an upward climb. Development teams are under intense pressure to get their projects completed on time...
The Business Case for Commercial Embedded Linux
Linux has been a phenomenon in embedded device development, and is now the predominant platform for devices. Part of the appeal is the perception that Linux is free. But there are costs—plus time...
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.
Using Linux in Medical Devices: What Developers and Manufacturers Need to Know
Linux is a popular choice for a wide range of medical devices. Yet due to the critical nature of these devices, manufacturers must take additional precautions.
Cybersecurity for Medical Devices in a Connected Healthcare System
Enterprise Linux vs. Embedded Linux
ARC Brief: Virtualization and Industrial Control
Update on Using Multicore Processors with a Commercial ARINC 653 Implementation
Virtualization: A Critical Capability for Service Provider Success in IoT, 5G & Beyond
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a huge opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) because of the sheer scale of investment it will attract and the business impact it will have...
Protect Critical IoT Devices with VxWorks Secure Boot and Secure Loading
Hacker attacks and attempts on national critical infrastructure continue to rise. VxWorks® provides essential security features to protect important equipment from serious attackers.
A Survey of Information Security Implementations for the Internet of Things