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Clavister Joins Wind River Ecosystem

By Paula Bernier October 28, 2015

Another day, another network functions virtualization ecosystem partnership announced. This time we’re talking about Clavister joining the Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem.

The former is a Swedish company founded in 1997 provides network security solutions. The latter is an outfit established in 1981 that sells server software.

Wind River has been cranking out NFV partnership news at full tilt this year. Early in 2015 the company said that security company Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., SDN fabric provider ConteXtream, SDN-enabled packet-optical transport solution provider Cyan, Intel Security, application performance and security resilience solutions provider Ixia, virtual deep packet inspection provider Qosmos, and network test company Spirent had joined up with its Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem.

In other news from Wind River this month, the company introduced the latest version of Wind River Linux, which is aimed at the Internet of Things opportunity. Version 8 helps reduce set-up time, uses the latest kernel and toolchain from the Yocto Project 2.0 release, Linux kernel 4.1, and GNU toolchain 5.2. And it offers support for ARM, the latest Intel architecture, MIPS, and PowerPC.

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“Wind River Linux allows customers to extract vast amounts of business intelligence and value from their data, and supports devices of all sizes, architectures, and industries – from general purpose and high-performing real-time devices to carrier-grade, virtualization, and highly secure military applications,” said Dinyar Dastoor, vice president and general manager of operating system platforms at Wind River. “With the latest version of Wind River Linux and our updated Open Virtualization profile, we are delivering a versatile and robust Linux offering to the market that is ideally suited for the development of IoT devices.”

Stratecast in September recognized Wind River for its contribution to the Internet of Things with its Wind River Helix Device Cloud, which leverages RESTful APIs to help developers and enterprises create vertical IoT solutions and integrate their with various IT systems.




Edited by Kyle Piscioniere

Executive Editor, TMC

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