With this partnership, Tilera customers can utilize state-of-the-art commercial Wind River Linux and Wind River Workbench tools which will enable an easy migration of legacy designs to Tilera’s platform.
"Tilera provides the only general purpose manycore processor in the market with a number of cores ranging from 16 to 100 cores per chip," said Vijay Aggarwal, vice president of business development at Tilera. "Wind River support for the Tilera hardware enables customers to easily migrate existing designs to our platform and scale their product across multiple performance and price points."
Wind River is well known in the embedded multi-core industry and boasts a comprehensive software portfolio, which includes industry-leading embedded software operating systems, runtime technologies, development tools and an embedded test management solution.
"Wind River continues to support the latest architectures and technologies that enable companies to innovate, lower development costs and get to market faster," said Paul Anderson, vice president of marketing and strategy for Linux products at Wind River. "Together with Tilera’s high performance and low power processors, we can address increasing multimedia needs as well as further growth in areas such as the defense, networking and telecommunication markets."
Moving forward, Wind River and Tilera plan to continue expanding services and applications running on Wind River’s Linux platform and Tilera hardware. For more information on the two companies combined solutions, visit Wind River’s website or visit the company for demonstrations of Wind River Linux and Wind River Workbench running on Tilera hardware this week at Interop (News - Alert) Las Vegas at Tilera’s booth #821.
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca