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New Breakthrough Wind River Software Platform for Control Systaems Transforms Future of Industrial IoT

15 Mar 2017

Intel Corporation today announced that it is advancing Industrial IoT with the availability of software platform Wind River® Titanium Controlby subsidiary Wind River. Titanium Control is an on-premise cloud-scale infrastructure enabling critical infrastructure companies to cost-effectively evolve aging legacy control systems not previously designed to support the connected nature of the Internet of Things (IoT).

Because traditional industrial control systems were not designed to support IoT, most are rigid and single-purpose with a high cost to deploy, integrate and maintain. Additionally, the obsolescence cycle is driving system updates that require new systems to keep pace with innovation while maintaining or lowering capital costs.

“With the emergence of Industrial IoT, companies are looking to deploy next-generation open and secure control systems; Titanium Control addresses this need, and is in active trials with customers in industries ranging from manufacturing to energy to health care,” said Jim Douglas, president of Wind River. “Our software has been providing these companies with powerful ways to increase efficiency and bolster safety, security and reliability for the last 35 years. With the addition of Titanium Control to our product portfolio, Wind River is driving a new industrial era through virtualization, real-time performance and edge-to-cloud connectivity.”

Optimized for Intel® Xeon® processors and pre-validated on hardware from the leading providers of Intel-based servers, Titanium Control virtualizes traditional physical subsystems using a platform based on open standards. It delivers the high performance, high availability, flexibility and low latency needed to reduce capital and operating expenses, as well as minimize unscheduled downtime for industrial applications and control services at any scale. Unlike enterprise IT virtualization platforms, it provides high reliability for applications and services deployed at the network edge, for example in fog deployments.