Until recently, Wind River was a part of Intel. Now that Wind is an independent company (you knew that occurred, right?), what does the future hold and where will the industry powerhouse go? Those are the questions I posed to Wind’s CEO, Jim Douglas, in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion.
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