Trenton Systems partners with Star Lab, a Wind River company, to provide cyber-secure, mission-critical systems for the tactical edge - Press ReleaseSeptember 15, 2020
Lawrenceville, Georgia, Monday, September 14, 2020 – Computer hardware manufacturer Trenton Systems is joining forces with security software company Star Lab, a Wind River company, to develop ruggedized, fully hardened, USA-made military computers for defense systems operating in hostile environments and running demanding mission-critical applications at the tactical edge.
ALAMEDA, Calif. Wind River, company specializing in delivering software for the intelligent edge, announced that Wind River Linux has achieved conformance to the latest Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Technical Standard, a standard of The Open Group. According to the company, Wind River Linux is the first and only General Purpose Profile (GPP) Operating System Segment (OSS) of any kind to conform to the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.0.
Great advancements have been made on the autonomous flight front over the last decade, and the technology powering next-generation unmanned aircraft is still jumping by leaps and bounds.
Online sales of consumer packaged goods rose 91 percent year over year in the U.S. during the week of March 9, according to Nielsen. At the same time, UPS, FedEx, the U.S. Postal Service, and DHL suspended their normal service guarantee of a refund if a delivery arrives late. Nonessential orders can face delays up to a month. It’s often challenging to handle new workflows with old infrastructure.