Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Many companies offer “solutions” for developing device software. Only one Device
Software Optimization (DSO) company goes beyond piecemeal product and service
offerings. Wind River delivers complete application-enabling Linux platforms, Eclipsebased tools, expert support, and global service capabilities. We offer solutions for the automotive, networking, mobile handset, consumer, industrial, and aerospace and
defense (A&D) markets. Read how several leading, innovative companies are leveraging
Wind River Linux platforms to stay ahead in the explosive device marketplace.
Bluesocket, a leading wireless and mobility solutions company, experienced challenges using a roll-your-own (RYO) Linux solution. The Bluesocket development team turned to Wind River Platform for Network Equipment, Linux Edition and was able to launch a stable, reliable, and differentiated product— ahead of schedule and under budget.
“In our first year, we’ve already seen a complete return on our investment and more. Wind River offers a three-for-one return on the money … Wind River has helped us make a quantum leap in our development efforts.”
HUGHES Telematics
HUGHES Telematics selected Wind River to provide the foundation for its next-generation telematics architecture. HUGHES’ telematics control unit (TCU) will deliver information to drivers using Wind River Linux; Wind River Hypervisor, which enables hardware virtualization; and Wind River Professional Services. Wind River’s solution will reduce development and hardware costs and increase the system’s functionality.
“Wind River was able to provide HUGHES Telematics with a growth path for future innovative products by coupling commercial Linux with automotive-specific extensions and virtualization technology, along with deep industry expertise.”
Honeywell Aerospace
On a quest to create a powerful, resilient commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology that would fare well in space, NASA turned to Honeywell Aerospace. Honeywell relied upon Wind River Platform for Networking Equipment, Linux Edition to meet the stringent requirements of the NASA project while also saving development time and costs. “Honeywell is pleased to work with Wind River in the development of our Dependable Multiprocessor … the application of Dependable Multiprocessor technology is expected to yield benefits for years to come, particularly in the reduction of development time, cost, and risk of future space systems.”
AMX offers hardware and software solutions spanning control and automation, switching, distributed audio and video, and technology management. After years of satisfaction and savings with Wind River Platform for Consumer Devices, VxWorks Edition, the company is moving from a roll-your-own (RYO) Linux solution to Wind River Linux for its entire AMX Touch Panel product line. “We performed an ROI analysis and believe we can conservatively save $1 million to $2 million over the next
two years with Wind River Linux. Standardizing on one toolset across the company is very powerful from a cost-saving and productivity standpoint.”

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