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  • kennethshamrock kennethshamrock Jun 17, 2012 11:38 AM Flag

    Huge BB10 about to make waves

    Unmanned aircraft control
    JTRS wireless military radios
    Acoustic sensors tracking tank movement

    Autonomous underwater vehicles
    Guidance systems for tank systems
    Embedded controllers for aerospace applications
    Wearable GPS/communications systems for ground troops

    Transponder landing systems
    Military weather satellite test beds.

    NOt saying this will all make the BB10 but there is plenty of value embedded in this software

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    • Make waves when they dump their inventories into ocean with all the other trash.

    • Many such application already on iOS and Android devices that are used by military personnel. Rimm late again. However Rimm does dominate the shelves of stores that carry their product. They certainly dominate the inventory category.

    • RIM needs to find a market where it can dominate. QNX is not it; they are out-gunned in the RTOS business almost worse than they are in the smartphone and tablet business.

      "ALAMEDA, Calif., May 17, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- --Wind River demonstrates continued leadership for its operating system platforms.
      --Company's market share for traditional real-time operating system and embedded Linux was double that of the closest competitor.
      --Ability to provide a comprehensive portfolio solidifies Wind River's position as an embedded market leader.
      Wind River, a world leader in embedded and mobile software, today announced that it has been recognized as the continued real-time operating system (RTOS) and embedded Linux market leader by VDC Research Group in its 2012 "Embedded/Real-Time Operating Systems" report. The report covers the global market for commercially available RTOSes and non-real-time operating systems and other related bundled products and services used in embedded applications.

      In the report, Wind River maintains its longstanding position as the traditional RTOS market leader for its portfolio of products and services, led by its VxWorks RTOS, and is recognized as the embedded Linux market leader for its Wind River Linux platform and related solutions for the fourth consecutive year. Specifically, VDC's market research demonstrated that Wind River led the market for worldwide shipments of both RTOS and embedded Linux and related services in 2011:

      -- For worldwide shipments of traditional RTOSes and related services, Wind River achieved nearly 40 percent of total market revenue.

      -- For worldwide shipments of Linux and related services, the company attained more than 50 percent of total market revenue.

      -- In both categories, Wind River's percent of total market revenue was double that of the closest competitor."

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