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Linux Stacks Target Industrial, Medical Sectors

Article Source LinuxDevices
September 15, 2009, 9:16 am

Wind River launched a partner validation program to offer pre-validated middleware stacks integrated with Wind River Linux and VxWorks for the industrial and medical markets . The initial partners for the Wind River Partner Validation Program are Acontis Technologies, Esterel Technologies, KW-Software, and Softing AG, says the company.

The "partner software solutions" resulting from Wind River's industrial and medical partners will target applications including control automation, process automation, power and energy, transportation, and medical devices, says Wind River. The packages are claimed to reduce integration costs and time-to-market for customers, while improving long-term support...

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