Intel Buys Embedded Software Vendor Wind River

SlashDotDotDot writes “The New York Times reports that Intel will purchase Wind River, the embedded OS and software vendor, for 4 million. ‘Wind River makes operating systems for platforms as diverse as autos and mobile phones, serving customers like Sony and Boeing. Intel, whose processors run about 80 percent of the world’s personal computers, is expanding into new markets, including chips for televisions and mobile devices. Wind River’s software and customer list will pave the way for Intel to win more chip contracts.'”

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