Wind River Linux

By: Wind River  09-12-2011

Since 2004, Wind River Linux platforms have delivered the best of open source technology, integrated and optimized for embedded development, with the vision, the innovation, and the business-risk mitigation only a mature technology vendor can provide. Our customers use our platforms to create groundbreaking devices quickly and cost effectively.

Here are the top nine reasons our customers choose Wind River Linux over commercial and roll-your-own alternatives.

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Wind River Mobile Linux

Leveraging our staff of more than 300 across six development centers, located in Korea, China, North America, Romania, France, and Germany, and vast experience from customers in every step in the value chain, Wind River is changing the way the mobile industry is developing and deploying innovative mobile devices.


Wind River Hypervisor

Wind River Hypervisor is an embedded hypervisor that brings a new level of flexibility to the development of embedded devices. Small, Scalable, Type 1 Embedded Virtualization.


Wind River Products

Based on industry-standard and patent-pending hardware diagnostic capabilities, Wind River on-chip debugging solutions combine hardware debugging with a project-based, integrated development environment to reduce development costs and complexity.


Wind River VxWorks RTOS – The World's #1 RTOS for Embedded Real Time Systems

The first RTOS with 32-bit and 64-bit processing, multi-core and multi-OS support, and diverse connectivity options, VxWorks provides our customers with the leading-edge RTOS functionality they require to stay competitive. VxWorks is designed for use in various multi-core configurations as a single operating system in symmetrical multiprocessing and asymmetrical multiprocessing modes or as a guest RTOS on top of Wind River Hypervisor.


Wind River Linux Secure

Wind River Linux Secure meets or exceeds common industry definitions of a trusted operating system: Common Criteria certification, mandatory access control, and multilevel security. Organizations that require medium to high robustness in their embedded software have the option of using the world's most popular operating system in mission-critical deployments.