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Wind River Online Customer Support

Wind River support services include person-to-person help lines, product and services details, licensing help, and an online community of developers.

Real-Time Linux* with Xenomai* on Intel® Multi-Core Processors

White Paper: Describes Xenomai* configuration for hard real-time capabilities in Linux* while normal Linux processes are suspended. (v.1, Oct. 2009)

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Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit: Release Notes

Release Notes: Related documents on Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit, including known and resolved issues, and new features. (v.2.0.0, Oct. 2010)

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NI Real-Time Hypervisor for Windows* Reduces Hardware Cost

Info about NI Real-Time Hypervisor*, which uses virtualization to run NI LabVIEW* Real-Time and Windows XP* in parallel on multi-core controllers.

Linux* Open Source Automation Development Lab

The Linux* Open Source Automation Development Lab includes the standard POSIX API for real-time functionality and offers wide architecture support.

Combining Digital Music Display with Personal Mixing

Case Study: Combining Windows* and a real-time operating system adds a personal mixer to digital music display for live performance. (v.1, June 2010)

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Wind River Workbench*

Wind River Workbench* overview, tools, and capabilities accelerate time-to-market for developers building devices with VxWorks* and Wind River Linux*.

Wind River VxWorks*

Wind River VxWorks* overview explains the strengths behind the commercial real-time operating system, with benefits and solutions.

Video: Real-Time and Multi-Core: Benefit or Challenge?

A brief summation of how Intel® multi-core processors create expansiveness and efficiency simultaneously.

Replacing Real-Time Hardware with Multi-Core Software

Read Embedded Innovator Newsletter 2011: 6th Ed articles including DPI for LTE, Virtualized Performance, and Flexible Security. (Sept. 2011)