Topic: wind river

Wind River Studio Developer can now be hosted on AWS

Wind River has announced that its development platform Wind River Studio Developer is now available on AWS.  According to Wind River, this new partnership is of particular interest to those developing software-defined vehicles. This is because it gives customers the “benefits of cloud-scale automated build and test for safety-critical embedded edge platforms,” the company wrote … continue reading

Wind River Studio Linux Security Scanning Service provides remediation solutions for CVEs

Wind River unveiled its latest offering, the Wind River Studio Linux Security Scanning Service. This service, designed specifically for embedded Linux development, offers high-quality scanning capabilities to detect and identify Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) and is currently accessible to users free of charge.  The new service goes beyond detection and also provides information on … continue reading

Aptiv to acquire Wind River and accelerate innovations in automotive technology

Vehicle technology company Aptiv has announced its intent to acquire the embedded systems company Wind River from TPG Capital. The acquisition is valued at $4.3 billion and is expected to close mid-year.  “The automotive industry is undergoing its largest transformation in over a century, as connected, software-defined vehicles increasingly become critical elements of the broader … continue reading

Wind River acquires Particle Design

Wind River has announced that it completed the acquisition of the UI/UX design company Particle Design which brings UI/UX capabilities to the new Wind River Studio offering.  Particle Design offers end-to-end UX research services that employ a range of methodologies  from ethnographic research to user evaluations and usability testing; its design services include prototyping, interaction … continue reading

2020 Software Supply Chain Must-Knows

Open source software is taking the world of software development into new frontiers and changing the way industries create and consume software. However, there is a learning curve with open source use and businesses need to not only be able to trust the open source software being used in their solutions, but they need to … continue reading

Implications and practical applications for AI and ML in embedded systems

“Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations we can perform without thinking about them.” —Alfred North Whitehead, British mathematician, 1919 Hailed as a truly transformational technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is positioned to disrupt businesses either by enabling new approaches to solving complex problems, or threatening the status quo for whole business sectors or … continue reading

New version of Wind River Simics now available

Wind River has announced the latest version of its simulation tool, Wind River Simics. Simics allows for the simulation of systems of any size, allowing developers to finetune their CI/CD practices and develop a DevOps culture, the company explained. According to Wind River, this latest release includes performance improvements, easier model definition, new target consoles, … continue reading Protection Status