Wind River Systems
|Wind River Systems
|legal form||Corporation , part of the investment company TPG Capital|
|Seat||Alameda , California , USA|
Wind River is a software and services provider belonging to the US investment company TPG Capital . Wind River offers market-specific software and operating systems for special use in embedded systems , such as the real-time operating system VxWorks , the Linux distribution Wind River Linux , as well as various programming tools for creating and testing embedded software. The company's products and services are aimed at various markets such as aerospace technology , defense , automotive , entertainment electronics , industrial and medical technology , as well as network and telecommunications infrastructure.
The previously independent company, which was listed on the US stock exchange NASDAQ , was taken over by Intel in July 2009 for a purchase price of 884 million US dollars and continued as a wholly-owned subsidiary .
In 2018 it was sold to TPG Capital on undisclosed terms.
- 1999: Integrated Systems Inc.
- 2000: Dragonfly Software Consulting
- 2000: Embedded Support Tools Corp. (ESTC)
- 2000: ICEsoft ( Bergen , Norway )
- 2000: AudeSi Technologies Inc. ( Calgary , Alberta , Canada )
- 2001: Berkeley Software Design Inc. (BSDI)
- 2005: ScopeTools business unit from Real-Time Innovations
- 2006: Interpeak AB ( Stockholm , Sweden )
- 2007: Assets of FSMLabs ( Socorro , New Mexico , USA )
- 2008: MIZI ( Seoul , South Korea )
- 2009: Tilcon Software Limited ( Ottawa , Ontario , Canada )
- Wind River press release of June 4, 2009
- Wind River press release of July 17, 2009
- TPG Capital Completes Acquisition of IoT Software Provider Wind River. Retrieved January 8, 2019 .
- Wind River Acquires AudeSi, Gains Additional Java, Internet Appliance Expertise - Company Business and Marketing ( Memento from July 10, 2012 in the web archive archive.today )
- Wind River buys Mizi Research ( Memento from September 6, 2008 in the Internet Archive )
- Wind River to Acquire Tilcon Software to Add Rich Graphical User Interfaces ( Memento of May 11, 2009 in the Internet Archive )