Wind River Systems


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Wind River Systems

(company)
A company founded in 1981, now a world leader in embedded systems, providing real-time operating systems and development tools. Wind River's development tools enable customers to standardise designs across projects and quickly develop feature-rich products.

Wind River Systems employs over 500 people worldwide (1998). Service and support is provided through its U.S. headquarters and overseas operations in the U.K., France, Germany, Scandinavia and Japan.

http://wrs.com/.

Address: Alameda, California, USA.
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