Wind RiverŪ, a world leader in embedded software for intelligent connected systems, today introduced the latest version of Wind River Intelligent Device Platform, a complete software development environment used for building machine-to-machine (M2M) applications and devices that communicate with the cloud. The platform provides ready-to-use components to secure, manage, and connect Internet of Things (IoT) gateways.
Intelligent Device Platform is a scalable, sustainable, and secure solution that simplifies the development, integration, and deployment of IoT gateways. It is based on the Wind River market-leading operating systems, which are standards-compliant and fully tested, as well as Wind River development tools. The platform contains device security, smart connectivity, rich network options and device management.
"Making the most of IoT means integrating new and existing devices in an operationally efficient ecosystem, and connecting via gateways will be the most practical way to achieve scalability and minimize cost,' said
"Layering in new technologies, such as gateways, into existing legacy systems allows companies to maximize their infrastructure investments, while acquiring the intelligence needed to drive next-generation design innovation,' said
Intelligent Device Platform is optimized for
More information about Wind River Intelligent Device Platform 2.0 is available at www.windriver.com/announces/intelligent-device-platform/.
To learn more about how Wind River is addressing the opportunities and challenges created by the Internet of Things visit http://windriver.com/iot/.
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