Topic: wind river

ITOps Times news digest: Wind River’s support for Intel SoC processors; IBM and Cisco collaboration; SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1

Wind River has announced support for certain Intel industrial system-on-a-chip (SoC) processors. Supported processors include Intel Atom x6000 Series, Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J series, and 11th Gen Intel Core and Intel Celeron processors.  Wind River’s real-time operating system (RTOS) VxWorks can be deployed to Intel processors to support platforms that have higher … continue reading

Wind River and Intel partner to develop 5G vRAN solution

Wind River has announced a partnership with Intel in which the two companies will jointly develop a 5G vRAN solution.  This will include integrating Wind River Studio with Intel FlexRAN reference software, Intel Ethernet 800 Network Adapters, and Intel vRAN Dedicated Accelerator ACC100.  Wind River Studio is a cloud-native platform for developing, deploying, managing, and … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Wind River Studio updates, Linux Foundation’s WebAssembly course, Immuta raises $90 million in Series D

Wind River has added new security enhancements to Wind River Studio. New features in Wind River Titanium Linux include secure boot, anti-tamper protections, and simpler mandatory access control (MAC) policy creation.  The security controls also meet IoT guidelines like NIST initiatives, OWASP IoT security projects, IoT Security Foundation protocols, and guides from the European Union … continue reading

Kevin Dallas, CEO of Wind River

Wind River’s journey from RTOS to 5G

IoT and 5G are relatively new technologies, but one of the main players in the space isn’t new to the game. Wind River was created nearly four decades ago as a provider of RTOSs for industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, and more. Now, they’re immersed in the 5G, IoT, and edge computing spaces. “The era … continue reading

KubeCon Day 3: Kubernetes Community Days, Chronosphere announces tracing capabilities, and Pivotal Application Service on Kubernetes

KubeCon is in full swing with companies continuing to announce new features and solutions dedicated to the Kubernetes ecosystem.  Here are some more highlights from the week: CNCF announced Kubernetes Community Days The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced Kubernetes Community Days. These are community-organized events that will bring together technologists to learn, collaborate, … continue reading

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