Based on 35 years of Wind River industry-leading experience and the latest Yocto Project Compatible releases, Pulsar ensures your team is working with the latest open source technology, always updated and protected against security vulnerabilities.
Protection Against Security Vulnerabilities
Wind River provides critical Linux updates for Pulsar systems, from Linux kernel patches to security fixes. Critical fixes are hosted in a public Wind River repository, with a full range of bug and security fixes available.
Run Any Application from Any Ecosystem
Pulsar enables application middleware abstraction, allowing any application from any ecosystem to run on any device. You can build and add packages on the target from a certified repository—all while running multiple isolated systems (containers) on a single control host.
Develop Directly on GitHub
Begin building your project in less than five minutes. On GitHub, you’ll find build system and cross-toolchain downloads and instructions, as well as the layers and packages needed to build on Intel® hardware targets.
Find Your Board
To speed your IoT and embedded development efforts, Wind River Pulsar comes preloaded on boards from our trusted partners, eliminating the hassle and time required to set up your operating system. You can also download Wind River Pulsar for
other boards as well.
Wind River Pulsar Linux
Learn about Pulsar benefits, technical specifications, and features.
Wind River Pulsar Linux Intro
Watch how 30 years of embedded software experience is powering the next generation of devices.
Securing Linux Systems in the Internet of Things
Find out how continuous security monitoring can protect your devices against zero-day attacks and vulnerabilities.
Learn how containers can help you scale system functionality and ensure application interoperability among multiple hardware platforms.
“The combination of Wind River’s embedded software expertise, coupled with Avnet’s hardware strength, enables our customers to leverage open source development, run an always-updated distribution, strengthen security, and increase efficiency in their software development cycles.”
—Tim Barber, Sr. VP Global Design Chain Business Development, Avnet