Who owns Wind River Systems?
Wind River/Parent organizations
What types of specific systems use VxWorks embedded real time OS?
VxWorks supports AMD/Intel architecture, POWER architecture, ARM architectures and RISC-V. The RTOS can be used in multicore asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP), symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), and mixed modes and multi-OS (via Type 1 hypervisor) designs on 32- and 64-bit processors.
Is Wind River Linux free?
Wind River Linux is the leading free open-source Linux for the embedded industry. Wind River Linux is the leading free open-source Linux for the embedded industry. Enabling digital transformation for the world’s leading technology companies via intelligent edge software solutions.
Is Wind River a good company?
Wind River has been a great company to work for. Lots of intelligent, hard-working people, flexible work at home/hours policy, and more recently an effort to help employees with career development and more proactive performance discussions. Better than average benefits package for US employees.
What happened to Wind River Systems?
Wind River is acquired by Intel®, becoming a wholly owned subsidiary and part of its Software and Services Group.
Is VxWorks Posix compliant?
Wind River’s VxWorks General Purpose Platform is currently POSIX-compliant. Organizations including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and the Department of Defense turn to Wind River for its proven and reliable technology.
What architectures does VxWorks support?
Our deep list of supported architectures includes Arm, Power, Intel, and RISC-V, letting you spend less time shopping for compatible components and more time developing products. See how our customers are finding success with VxWorks and our award-winning support services.
What’s new in VxWorks 7?
In its latest release, VxWorks 7, the RTOS has been re-engineered for modularity and upgradeability so the OS kernel is separate from middleware, applications and other packages. Scalability, security, safety, connectivity, and graphics have been improved to address Internet of Things (IoT) needs.
Why is VxWorks the best RTOS for the edge?
Find out why independent researcher VDC has once again named VxWorks the #1 RTOS for the edge. VxWorks is a deterministic, priority-based preemptive RTOS with low latency and minimal jitter. It is built on an upgradable, future-proof architecture to help you rapidly respond to changing market requirements and technology advancements.
What IDE is used for VxWorks?
The Tornado IDE was used for VxWorks 5.x and was replaced by the Eclipse -based Workbench IDE for VxWorks 6.x. and later. Workbench is also the IDE for the Wind River Linux, On-Chip Debugging, and Wind River Diab Compiler product lines.