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Collaborating with Wind River for NFV Proof-of-Concept

Collaborating with Wind River for NFV Proof-of-Concept
As Wind River has been working with major service providers on innovative NFV projects, it is only fair to discuss some of this work. The Wind River Titanium Cloud portfolio provides virtualisation platforms that meet the intensive performance, reliability and security requirements of the world’s most demanding communications networks. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
14th December 2017

VxWorks on Xen on ARM Cortex A53

VxWorks on Xen on ARM Cortex A53
VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS) is a small deterministic operating system known for its security, reliability, and robustness. Linux, an open-source operating system, can host a rich set of server technologies. By running VxWorks and Linux side by side on the same system, a device can use VxWorks to manage mission-critical functions, and use Linux to manage human-interactive functions and network cloud connection functions. Guest blog written by Ka Kay Achacoso.
12th December 2017

Successful NovoNet Phase I Project completed with Titanium Cloud

Successful NovoNet Phase I Project completed with Titanium Cloud
Wind River have announced that China Mobile Zhejiang Company recently conducted a proof-of-concept (PoC) program with them. Wind River Titanium Cloud was selected as the NFVI / VIM platform in the China Mobile Zhejiang Company NovoNet project, and Phase I testing was successfully completed with other VNF vendors and hardware manufacturers. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
12th December 2017


Robots: East versus West

Robots: East versus West
There’s a lot of debate right now about the future of robots and the number of humans they will replace once they get their AI empowered ‘feet’ under the desk or the workbench.
12th December 2017

VxWorks Secure Boot

VxWorks Secure Boot
The massive internet outage last year in the United States blocked millions of users from access to the most popular sites on the internet. Suddenly, we learned that common consumer devices like cameras, printers, and DVRs participated in attacking the DNS infrastructure with denial of service attacks.  Guest blog by Ka Kay Achascoso. 
11th December 2017

Extending battery life and value for wearable GPS trackers

Extending battery life and value for wearable GPS trackers
When you hear the word GPS tracker, what do you think? A small, wearable device used to track people, pets and animals, which have made life easier for parents, pet owners, wildlife researchers, farmers, and businesses alike. By providing real‑time positioning information, parents can keep an eye on their kids from afar, farmers can easily keep track of their livestock, and businesses can monitor lone workers in the field.
5th December 2017

Solving Industrial IoT challenges and aiding factories of the future

Solving Industrial IoT challenges and aiding factories of the future
As we look at digital business transformation, there are many aspects to be considered on how to improve company performance or expand into new or adjacent markets.The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industry 4.0, is driving digital transformation by optimising our industrial control systems though use of intelligent decision making. Guest blog written by Alex Wilson.
5th December 2017

Debugging VxWorks Semaphores – give them a name!

Debugging VxWorks Semaphores – give them a name!
When it comes down to debugging semaphore interactions it can be a tricky problem. As when there is a deadlock or weird delay because of excessive priority inheritance, it is never just one mutex semaphore, but often the unintended interaction of several semaphores in multiple tasks. Guest blog written by Brian Kuhl.
1st December 2017

A quick guide to choosing a pressure sensor

A quick guide to choosing a pressure sensor
When considering what type of pressure sensor is best suited for your industrial application, it may be an overwhelming experience looking at the sheer number of different choices available. Here’s a quick breakdown of the different pressure sensor technologies available and key pressure sensor attributes that should help you decide. Guest blog by Martin Keenan, Technical Director, Avnet Abacus.
1st December 2017

The benefits of software-defined industrial control systems

The benefits of software-defined industrial control systems
The current ‘digital transformation’, happening in the industrial world right now, is largely driven by moving industrial control to ‘software defined’ functions, and there are many benefits to making this move. Guest blog by Jeff Gowan.
1st December 2017


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