SECO becomes Platinum Member of the Wind River Partner Program

May 4, 2018 SECO
SECO becomes Platinum Member of the Wind River Partner Program
SECO becomes Platinum Member of the Wind River Partner Program

SECO is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Wind River, a global leader in delivering software for the internet of things, as a Platinum Member Partner. The joint effort follows the path of research and innovation the two companies are pursuing in order to deliver the highest quality products to the broadest range of customers worldwide.

The mission of this initiative is to align the product and technology roadmaps of the two companies with the validated combination of SECO and Wind River solutions that provide unique value to customers. As a Platinum Member of the Wind River Partner Program, SECO will benefit from Wind River's scalable platform and technology, currently deployed on more than 2 billion devices worldwide, not to mention the many benefits in terms of joint sales and marketing activities and technical validation.

"This collaboration confirms our shared vision and our commitment to pursuing a product-service strategy for IoT solutions. By combining almost a century of expertise, know-how and technology of SECO and Wind River, it is now possible to offer complete solutions to the end customer, from the sensor to cloud applications, across the entire IoT landscape, overseeing security, QoS and scalability with reduced time-to-market," states Gianluca Venere, SECO Director of Global Sales. “Our work will advance a great variety of areas, such as critical infrastructure applications for the industrial production and professional appliances but is also valid for Vending, POS & Banking and Digital Signage markets”.

The collaboration extends SECO’s recent work with Wind River’s IoT Design Center to demonstrate smart edge compute solutions powered by Wind River Linux and Wind River Helix Device Cloud to allow automatic updates to the operating system and patch management with large-scale deployment.

For further information: marcom@seco.com

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