2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 6, 2015 2:52 PM by drp-WindRiver

    Pulsar vs Yocto vs IDP?

    mhahn

      As there is apparently no forum for Pulsar related questions yet I'm asking here:

      How is "Pulsar" related to "Yocto"? What's the difference to "IDP"?

        • 1. Re: Pulsar vs Yocto vs IDP?
          drp-WindRiver

          Wind River Linux is Wind River's Commercial Grade multi-architecture Platform for creating Optimized Linux Images.   It includes tools including a cross development build system that leverages the Yocto project and supports various profiles such as Carrier Grade, Visualization, Security, and Infotainment. Pre-built binary images and self-hosted tools are available, however, it is not a distribution.

           

          Wind River Intelligent Device Platform XT (IDP-XT) is a Wind River Linux 7 Intel Quark, Atom, Core based  platform that focuses on optimizing connectivity, security, and remote management of  Intel® Application-Ready Intel IoT Gateways. 

           

          Wind River Pulsar Linux is

          • 2. Re: Pulsar vs Yocto vs IDP?
            drp-WindRiver

            Sorry, my last response got sent before I had finished typing...

             

            Wind River Linux is Wind River's Commercial Grade multi-architecture Platform for creating Optimized Linux Images.   It includes tools including a cross development build system that leverages the Yocto project and supports various Technology profiles such as Carrier Grade, Visualization, Security, and Infotainment. Pre-built binary images and self-hosted tools are available, however, it is not a distribution.

             

            Wind River Intelligent Device Platform XT (IDP-XT) is a Wind River Linux 7 Intel Quark, Atom, Core based platform that focuses on optimizing connectivity, security, and remote management of  Intel® Application-Ready Intel IoT Gateways. 

             

            Wind River Pulsar Linux is a Linux Distribution for developing IoT projects.   It is designed to be simple to use, small in size, with an emphasis on realtime, security, HA, and containers. Although it borrows technology from Wind River Linux and the Technology Profiles, like Wind River Rocket, Wind River Pulsar Linux works with the Helix App Cloud and is available to download from GitHub at no cost. Images for the reference boards can be downloaded here

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