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Bangalore, India 21st April 2021 — Through a collaboration with Wind River®, a leader in delivering software for the intelligent edge, iWave Systems is excited to enhance the software on their portfolio of System on Modules enabling customers to build reliable intelligent edge solutions for various applications.
The combination of iWave hardware and Wind River technology will help customers build rugged, secure, intelligent industrial solutions. Customers need not worry about the infrastructure on the SOM and the BSP support on the hardware, helping them strategize on their key differentiators and core competencies.
iWave Systems, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of systems on modules and embedded computing platforms has integrated the Wind River VxWorks and Wind River Linux onto their System on Modules. An industry leader in the XILINX UltraScale+ MPSoC and NXP i.MX SoC, iWave has been enabling product development for customers, while reducing the development time, complexity, and risk.
Through this collaboration, iWave will develop and maintain the Wind River BSP Support for its system on modules while offering customization and engineering services to customers. Product designers can leverage the software ecosystem available with iWave hardware, helping them get to speed in their product journey.
VxWorks is the industry’s most trusted and widely deployed real-time operating system (RTOS) for mission-critical embedded systems that must be secure and safe. It delivers a proven, real-time, and deterministic runtime combined with a modern approach to development. VxWorks is the only RTOS to support C++17, Boost, Rust, Python, pandas, and more, as well as an edge-optimized, OCI-compliant container engine — enabling you to use the languages, tools, and technologies you love most to innovate where it matters most.
“iWave is thrilled to collaborate with Wind River, which allows us to strengthen the iWave product portfolio to a much wider market. The VxWorks adds the intelligence required on the edge and complements our strategic focus in the industrial, medical, and automotive industries,” says Immanuel, Associate Director, iWave Systems Technologies.
“System on Modules (SoM) from iWave combined with Wind River’s software platforms and services are cost-effective and highly customizable solutions to accelerate the development of secure, reliable intelligent systems,” said Amar Parmar, Senior Director of Alliances and Product Management, Wind River.
iWave Systems is a product engineering organization focused on providing powerful energy-embedded solutions built on ARM and FPGA-based chipsets. With over 21 years of diverse experience in the embedded domain, iWave has been a dependable embedded partner for thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, helping them bring innovation to life with state-of-the-art systems on modules, single-board computers, HMI, and OBD solution for diverse applications.
For more information on our portfolio of SOMs and Embedded Solutions, you can reach us at email@example.com
About Wind River:
Wind River is a global leader in delivering software for the intelligent edge. The company’s technology has been powering the safest, most secure devices in the world since 1981 and is found in billions of products. Wind River offers a comprehensive portfolio, supported by world-class global professional services and support and a broad partner ecosystem. Wind River software and expertise are accelerating the digital transformation of mission-critical intelligent systems that will increasingly demand greater compute and AI capabilities while delivering the highest levels of security, safety, and reliability.
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