Just a note to say we have stand #F8 at the Embedded Design Show. Which will be co-located with the Electronics Design Show and Engineering Design Show. These award-winning exhibitions were created to champion British engineering and are entirely targeted at electronic and design engineers making this a must attend event for anyone working in this industry.
Microsoft has declared that support for the Windows XP operating system will end on April 8, 2014; no further security updates and technical support will be provided. As a result, many organizations are upgrading their infrastructure with new systems running Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 operating systems. Organizations preparing system upgrades for PCs running Corelis
The update of embedded standard will be tightly aligned with Windows 8.1, in October. Maybe use our fan less ECD800 shown here to preview the value and experience Windows Embedded 8.1 delivers. Download the public preview and start building your next intelligent systems-ready industry device. Learn more about this product by reading these Microsoft series of blog
Many people ask about when and how long the Microsoft Embedded Operating Systems will be available if the commit and design it into their product. As you’ll see from the table below, it’s normally around 15 years. The table is only an extract from the full list, but are the most relevant to Direct
Windows Embedded 8 Standard, Windows Embedded 8 Pro, and Windows Embedded 8 Industry have all now reached General Availability. Direct Insight can now ship devices built on these platforms to our customers to power the next generation of intelligent systems. As part of the launch, Microsoft has created a Windows Embedded 8 launch portal that
Microsoft has begun to release details of the next version of Windows CE, planned for Q1 2013. A year ago, there was a certain amount of concern for the future of Windows CE, stemming from the dual announcements of Windows 8 on ARM, and a Windows Phone 8 built on the same Windows-on-ARM codebase replacing a Windows Phone
Introduction I am regularly in the situation where the choice of processor, module and thus vendor selection is still a customer question. This should not be a great surprise as there are so many variants for consideration. So I’ll try and help with my thought process and highlight the major considerations when making this selection.
Last month Microsoft launched “Approaching Embedded Intelligently,” a new blog aimed at providing customers, partners and the broad intelligent systems community with a centralised source of information and platform for discussion. The blog represents collaboration spanning marketing, engineering and the support of other teams throughout the Microsoft groups. Visit the blog to stay informed about
ARM-based platforms are a foreign proposition to most users of embedded PC boards. But it’s clear that in terms of performance at least, ARM solutions are now comparable with x86. So what are the other key considerations which might lead an embedded PC user to cross the divide? The above is the first paragraph of
A lot of people contact us looking for basic information about Windows CE 6.0 and Compact 7, probably because we are a Windows Embedded Gold Partner – maybe we are more approachable than Microsoft? Or perhaps it’s because we don’t just do Microsoft. Anyway, if you’re thinking about Windows CE, but undecided, hopefully this post