Zulu embedded inside the Internet of Things

ADRIAN BRIDGWATER | March 1, 2016

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Zulu Embedded is Azul's open source Java Virtual Machine (JVM) based on OpenJDK developed for manufacturers in the embedded, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) markets, Wind River is a subsidiary company of Intel providing embedded system software which comprises run-time software, industry-specific software solutions, simulation technology, development tools and middleware.Azul says it has tested and validated Zulu Embedded for interoperability with Wind River Linux, an operating system that combines embedded functionality with the flexibility and freedom of open source software.

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