If you haven't already on DSO.com, check out Wind River's latest financials. The numbers looked good for Wind, and good for DSO. But after the announcement, the company's share price dropped 15% because its forecast for the current quarter fell below stock analysts' expectations. The stock has since regained a bit of its value, but is still way below the 12-month high.
SBS Technologies announced a Pentium M module that supports Windows XP Embedded, Linux, and VxWorks. It's designed for such demanding applications as flight computers, software defined radio, and command, control, and communications systems.
Enea, a vendor of device software for telecommunications, medical and automotive applications, has joined the Automotive Open Systems Architecture (AUTOSAR) industry alliance. Core partners include car-makers BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, GM, and PSA Peugeot Citroen, as well as auto system suppliers Bosch, Continental and Siemens.
Finally, don't miss DSO.com's Webcast, "March of the Penguins: The Linux Migration Story," on September 14 at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET. The speaker will be Tim Fahey of Wind River Professional Services. Learn more and register.