Wind River Acquires Star Lab, Extending their Embedded Security and Linux Market Leadership
Star Lab protects the most mission-critical systems, infrastructure and equipment in the world. With proven expertise and a seamless approach to customer collaboration, we consistently deliver products that lead in security, reliability and value.
Armed with decades of experience protecting some of the most important U.S. defense assets, Star Lab is delivering the most advanced embedded security and virtualization products on the market today.
When the stakes are high, you need a partnership grounded in trust. At Star Lab, trust is built not only on superior qualifications, but unrelenting integrity and the uncompromising principles of probity and perfection.
We know there’s no margin for error. We consistently deliver best-of-breed products so your system can continuously withstand the growing sophistication and complexity of today’s threat.
Cyber threat sophistication and complexity are evolving with breathtaking speed. You need a team that’s one step ahead, so you’re prepared today for the security risks of tomorrow.
CRUCIBLE EMBEDDED HYPERVISOR
Designed specifically for use in open, hostile computing environments, Crucible® is the most advanced embedded virtualization solution.
TITANIUM SECURITY SUITE
The Titanium Security Suite® offers the most robust Linux system-hardening and security capabilities for operationally-deployed Linux systems.
Chris C., U.S. Navy Program
“Our contract had complex security requirements that had to be solved quickly, Star Lab had not only the products that fit the bill but also a great integration support approach. We look forward to working with them again.”
Todd B., Major Defense Contractor
“The Star Lab team integrated seamlessly with ours, they were always accessible and responsive and were an extension of our team and not just a vendor.”
Scott O., Mercury Systems
“Star Lab’s hypervisor is a secure, performant virtualization solution for customers looking to move toward modern computing architectures. Their products are compatible across multiple processing platforms, making security easy and affordable.”
FROM OUR BLOG
Introduction This article will explore how the Xen hypervisor uses the Memory Management Unit (MMU) on ARM architecture to support virtualization. We'll take a brief look at the history and purpose of the MMU then dive into Xen specifics, focusing on the ARMv8...
At Star Lab, we’ve seen a recent increase in the number of defense industry research projects calling for the use of Machine Learning (ML) in innovative and unique ways. As we continue to work on these projects, we have noticed the need for better collaboration between software developers and data scientists. Better communication and a comprehensive understanding of what the other field needs and why it is needed has proven necessary for efficient and effective incorporation of ML elements into traditional defense industry projects.
This blog acts as lessons learned from each of the two perspectives. While Part I focused on the software developer—from basic ML topics that should be kept in mind to more specific “gotcha” moments that can become more time consuming than anticipated—Part II will now discuss the data scientist’s perspective and key takeaways.