Enabling the Migration to Software-Defined Platforms for Critical Infrastructure
July 18, 2019
The advent of ubiquitous network connectivity has accelerated innovation of embedded systems at the network edge. This is driving more open standards?based software-defined architectures enabling...
Embedded systems used in critical infrastructure are undergoing a dramatic evolution. The advent of ubiquitous network connectivity has accelerated innovation of embedded systems at the network edge. And there is a growing need to be able to support the greater intelligence required to transition from automated to autonomous systems.
This is driving more open standards–based software-defined architectures to enable consolidation of multiple applications, including those at different levels of criticality, onto common computing platforms. This approach enables application migration, portability, and interoperability. Wind River® Helix™ Virtualization Platform addresses these common requirements by providing a flexible virtualization platform that supports open standards–based software-defined architectures.