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[News] Linux is Up ~50% at Wind River (While Linux Rivals Fade)

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Wind River reports strong year, lowers guidance

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| Wind River's 4Q Linux bookings, meanwhile, grew 48 percent year over year, 
| says the company. 


Embedded Linux on the Grow



Intel and Wind River buddy up on multicore

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| The partnership also appears to involve the Wind River Platform for Network
| Equipment. This Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 4.0-registered networking version
| of Wind River Linux supports a variety of multicore processors, including the
| Intel Core 2.


Wind River reports strong year

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| Wind River released another solid earnings report in the third quarter,
| reporting a 12 percent increase in revenues to $91.6 million, and a nine
| percent increase in deferred revenues to $125.8 million year-over-year. Linux
| revenues totaled $13.3 million, an increase of 71 percent over last year,
| says the company.


Linux phone pioneer acquired

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| Wind River has completed its $16M acquisition of Linux smartphone pioneer
| Mizi Research, it announced. The Seoul, Korea based acquisition will broaden
| its mobile Linux services delivery capability in Asia Pacific, while
| deepening the value of its vertical market offerings, it hopes.


Chalk Another One Up for Linux

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| As ongoing challenges in the economy continue to pressure companies to
| control operating costs, is it any surprise that IT managers are continuing
| to deploy economical IT solutions like Linux in their data centers? In June,
| open-source leader Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) reported bang-up results for its
| second fiscal quarter, and yesterday, Wind River (Nasdaq: WIND) also reported
| a strong Q2, attributable in part to demand for its Linux solutions.


Wind River makes deal to boost mobile Linux business

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| Software optimization technology provider Wind River Systems Inc. [WIND] has
| agreed to buy MIZI Research Inc., a nine-year-old private company based in
| Seoul, Korea, that develops mobile application platforms based on embedded
| Linux.


Linux leads Wind River revenues upwards

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| Wind River Systems yesterday reported strong second quarter results, raising
| earnings guidance for fiscal 2009 to between $365M and $375M, or 17 to 19
| cents per share. Leading the growth were Linux-related revenues, up 60
| percent year-over-year, to $10,111,000, or 11 percent of the company's total
| revenues for the quarter.


Big Deals for Wind River Systems

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| Wind River Systems exhibited particular strength in its Linux business, with
| Linux bookings and revenue up 115% and 60%, respectively, from the prior
| year. In addition, the company announced it will acquire Korea-based MIZI, a
| developer of mobile software for embedded Linux. The combination will
| leverage MIZI's expertise in telephony, user-interface design, and multimedia
| to further strengthen Wind River's mobile Linux strategy.


Wind River to buy mobile Linux software company MIZI for up to $16M

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| Wind River has signed an agreement to acquire the South Korean software
| company MIZI Research Inc. for up to $16 million in cash, Wind River said
| Thursday.
| MIZI Research develops mobile application platforms based on the Linux
| operating system. Founded in 1999, the company has headquarters in Seoul and
| 65 employees.


Wind River buys Mizi Research

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| Wind River announced it will acquire a Korean developer of Linux mobile GUI
| stacks. The $16 million acquisition of privately-held Mizi Research will
| bring Wind River "world-class mobile expertise" and will "accelerate its
| mobile services presence in Asia Pacific," says the company.


VxWorks, Wind River Linux To Support Intel EP80579

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| Intel's new EP80579 Integrated Processor product line is compatible with
| VxWorks 6.6 operating system and Wind River Linux 2.0.


Datalight Flash File System Boosts Performance for Users of Wind River Linux

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| Datalight announced today that it has released new versions of Reliance and
| FlashFX Pro with preconfigured support for Wind River Linux.


Wind River spins MID Linux

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| Wind River is readying a vertical-market Linux distribution specifically for
| MIDs (mobile Internet devices). Wind River Linux Platform for Mobile Internet
| Devices is the company's second "Platform" product to target Intel's Atom
| processor, and its second developed in collaboration with Intel, it says.


Test automation suite targets embedded Linux developers

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| Wind River has announced a test automation framework aimed at streamlining
| the software quality assurance process for embedded Linux developers. Wind
| River Test Management (WRTM) enables development teams to plan and execute
| tests, perform fact-based analysis, and rapidly resolve testing issues, says
| the company.


Wind River readies virtualization stack

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| Wind River will enter the virtualization software market, focusing on
| networking, consumer electronics, and industrial automation, it said. The
| company will in August begin beta-testing a hypervisor and tools aimed at
| letting customers flexibly deploy Linux, VxWorks, and other RTOSes
| symmetrically or asymmetrically on one or multiple physical processor cores.


Wind River, Intel ride Linux into car market

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| Intel and Wind River Systems have teamed up to create a Linux/x86 platform
| for car electronics, which will debut at the Telematics Detroit 2008
| conference today (May 20). The offering is based on Intel's low-power Atom
| processor and a new variant of Wind River's embedded Linux.


Linux Soon to be in your Car

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| Thanks to a new joint effort between Intel and Wind River, you may soon be
| running Linux in your car.


Intel and Wind River driving Linux infotainment systems to cars

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| Linux is in our computers, our phones, our Wi-Fi equipment, and our TiVos —
| why not our cars? Intel Corp. and Wind River have been working with both the
| embedded and automotive industries to advance in-vehicle infotainment (IVI)
| with open, Linux-based, standards-based, interoperable hardware and software
| called Open Infotainment Platforms (OIP).

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