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January 28, 2015
ALAMEDA, Calif. Officials at Wind River released updates to the company's VxWorks 653, which has support for multi-core silicon and partitioning for applications that enable certification to multilevel RTCA DO-178. Wind River also announced support for the Safety Base Profile of Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) 2.1 Technical Standard.
November 19, 2013
MILCOM, SAN DIEGO, CA. Wind River has announced updates to its VxWorks MILS Platform for securing critical infrastructure. The updated version includes features for embedded systems on multi-core processors and a security evaluation evidence package for unicore-based systems that may undergo a high assurance, system-level security evaluation.
June 27, 2012
Earlier this year, Wind River announced its support of the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) technical standard, which hopes to resolve two fundamental problems with military procurements.
February 06, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO AND ALAMEDA, Calif. Officials at Wind River Alameda, Calif., and Coverity in San Francisco have joined hands create a solution that integrates a development testing platform from Coverity into embedded software products from Wind River.
October 06, 2010
The challenge of maintaining deployed systems in Aerospace and Defense (A&D) can span long life cycles that integrate legacy platforms with new capabilities, while continuing to drive down Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) demands. Deploying systems based upon advanced multicore processors executing mixed OS and hypervisor environments is an effective strategy to bridge existing assets into future platforms, while consolidating environments into smaller system footprint frameworks.
'EAL 6+' says it all - or does it? Q&A with Marc Brown, Vice President, VxWorks Product Strategy and Marketing for Wind River Systems - StoryOctober 27, 2009
Editor's note: To be or not to be ? EAL 6+ certified: That is the question. Apologies to William Shakespeare, but you get the point. With EAL 6 (or 6+) certification becoming the latest trend among embedded software vendors, the criteria for achieving such should be fairly straightforward ? or is it? Marc Brown, VP over VxWorks Product Strategy and Marketing at Wind River Systems, reveals what he claims are misassumptions about EAL 6+, as the company?s VxWorks MILS Platform 2.0 undergoes NSA/NIAP evaluation for EAL 6+ compliance. He also has a thing or two to say about the company?s recent acquision by Intel, multicore, and a clarified focus for the future. Edited excerpts follow.