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Wind River launches vCPE NFV platform

Network Function Virtualisation

Intel subsidiary Wind River has added to its NFV portfolio with the announcement of a new product which focuses on the virtualization of customer premises equipment (vCPE). The vendor claims it has strengthened its VNF offering to bring initiatives like vCPE management closer to reality.

Wind River and IBM to integrate their IoT clouds

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Intel’s IoT software subsidiary Wind River is to work with IBM to make Industrial IoT projects run smoother and more efficiently.

Wind River partners with Roland Berger and Ricardo to develop automatic driving systems

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IoT software company Wind River is to develop car automation software with civil engineering specialist Ricardo and consultancy Roland Berger.

Wind River launches comprehensive cloud suite

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IoT software vendor Wind River has launched what it describes as a ‘comprehensive cloud suite’ for multi-architecture operating systems.

Wind River announces upgraded IoT software platform

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Embedded tech vendor Wind River has announced an upgraded portfolio of IoT software development tools for the internet of things (IoT).

HP, Wind River collaborate on Open Stack-based NFV solution

HP and Wind River are redoubling efforts to bring NFV to market

HP has announced it will begin developing original NFV capabilities in partnership with network virtualization specialist Wind River. Carrier-grade network technologies from Wind River will be integrated into HP’s Helion OpenStack technology, and is intended to provide service providers with an open-source based cloud platform bringing enhanced reliability to NFV.

Vendors develop open source framework for Internet of Things

Open source will be a big feature in IoT tech

A collaboration of industry vendors took form on Tuesday with the inauguration of a consortium focused on improving interoperability and defining connectivity requirements for the billions of devices that will make up the Internet of Things (IoT).

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