According to IDC, there will be an estimated 42 billion connected devices by 2025. Each of these devices represents a point of entry that can be exploited by a cyberattack. But for devices and systems with safety-critical functionality, the stakes are even higher as a security breach can have catastrophic consequences on physical property and human safety.
Most of the world’s computation will occur on the intelligent edge by the year 2030.
Open-source technology has become a game changer for innovation, from the data center to the IoT's far edge. Software developers use open-source Linux, for instance, because of its ease of access, flexibility, and leading-edge features. It also has one of the largest and most prolific developer communities, with vast amounts of resources.
A recent report conducted by the Arc Advisory Group and Wind River entitled, “Industry 4.0 & 5G in the COVID Pandemic,” analyzed how industrial manufacturers are using advanced technologies to deliver on critical business requirements.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Yocto Project, an open-source collaboration project that helps developers create custom Linux-based systems, is proud to start 2021 by welcoming new and upgraded members.
A quiet revolution has taken place in electronics hardware design. As silicon integration has continued (fed by the economics of Moore’s Law), engineers have gradually moved from developing mostly at the component and circuit level to working more with board, modules, and subsystems.
Wind River has been king of the RTOS hill for a long time. We can debate whether they are still the reigning king.