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2017-03-26 - 22:47
Wind River Systems, Inc.

WIND RIVER: POWERING THE IOT REVOLUTION

A global leader in delivering software for intelligent connected systems, Wind River® offers a comprehensive, end-to-end portfolio of solutions ideally suited to address the emerging needs of the Internet of Things (IoT), from the secure and managed intelligent devices at the edge, to the gateway, into the critical network infrastructure, and up into the cloud. Wind River technology is found in more than 2 billion devices and is backed by world-class professional services and award-winning customer support.

Enterprises operating in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and energy, among others, will have the most to gain at the turn of the IoT era. Connected devices can bring clarity to formerly complex processes, delivering superior service and reducing cost and waste.

Wind River has the right technology platforms for making the game-changing shift to an IoT device manufacturing business. Offerings such as Wind River Linux and Wind River Pulsar™ Linux allow original equipment manufacturers to get the latest open source advancements, including Yocto Project Compatibility, combined with the confidence that comes with leading commercial-grade embedded Linux products and global support. Wind River Linux allows users to build their own customized Linux distribution, while Pulsar is a ready-to-go distribution tailored for select hardware platforms, allowing for quick IoT prototyping. Manufacturers use these common platforms to build and deploy next-generation devices that connect with customers’ IT assets, so they can capture, store, and decipher data from operating assets anywhere and anytime, increasing their agility and efficiency.

Wind River Linux offers high-performance, open standards virtualization with Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), as well as Software-Defined Networking (SDN)– or Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)–based “near-native” virtualization technologies, or containers—for the next generation of interconnected devices. 

Wind River, USA
www.windriver.com

Membership contact: Guillaume Chaussin