Wind River® products are of U.S. origin, and therefore the export or re-export of these products, or transfer of these technologies, is subject to the export laws and regulations of the United States. It is the policy of Wind River to comply fully with the export laws and regulations of the United States government. Please note that this site is intended as a source of information only, and is not to be considered a source of legal guidance or advice. Any use of the information on this site is without recourse to Wind River and is used at your own risk. Wind River is not responsible for any damages, either direct or indirect, as a result of using the information contained herein.
Before considering the export of our products, customers should review the License Agreement that came with the product to verify if the terms even allow the product to be moved out of a given country or region. The information contained within the ECCN Product Matrix is applicable only to Wind River products and technology and does not reflect the customer's end product, which may incorporate them.
With this information, you should be able to determine the export license and controls. For additional assistance, please consult the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), and the Export Administration Regulations.
If you have any questions regarding the Wind River Export Compliance Program or the information contained on this page, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knowing Our Customers
Within the Wind River Export Compliance Program there are various requirements that are dependent upon Wind River knowledge of the end-use, end-user, ultimate destination, or other facts relating to a transaction or activity. In addition, the United States implemented the Enhanced Proliferation Control Initiative (EPCI), which prohibits the export without a license of any dual-use commodities, software, or technology (other than publicly available information) that would contribute to projects of proliferation concern.
These provisions include not only the nonproliferation-related “catch-all” sections of the EPCI program, but also identify those transactions that may require U.S. governmental approval prior to an export. In these instances, one or more of the following documents may be required.