Adeneo Embedded enhances Windows Embedded Compact support for TI's Sitara™ AM335x development platforms
TI's Sitara AM335x processor, based on an ARM® Cortex®-A8 core, is designed with the right set of highly integrated peripherals and low-power architecture. Delivering up to 1 GHz of performance with support for graphics and industrial protocol IPs, TI's AM335x processor is a perfect product for developing home/industrial automation, medical devices and enterprise tablet solutions.
The new Windows Embedded Compact 2013 operating system from Microsoft is a streamlined version of its predecessor Windows Embedded Compact 7. WEC2013 provides many new features along with better network performance, optimized kernel, support for the latest ARM compilers and the latest toolset VS2012.
Adeneo Embedded, a TI Design Network Platinum Member and a Microsoft Gold Partner, has been developing Windows Embedded Compact BSPs on TI platforms for several years. Adeneo Embedded is the official OS and SW support partner of TI for the Sitara AM335x platform. "The WEC offering from Adeneo on the AM335x platforms is our commitment as a system integrator and partner to bring the latest in technology to our customers in multiple embedded market segments including medical and industrial. Strong partnerships with Microsoft and TI has enabled us to bring such solutions to the market on time while also letting continuously improve these solutions with releases of upgraded versions which are more robust and are of better quality," said Yannick Chammings, CEO of Adeneo Embedded.
TI is committed to delivering best-in-class products to the embedded market while maintaining a strong ecosystem of partners through the Design Network program to enable these customers on various complementary technologies. "Adeneo Embedded has been a strong collaborator, offering various software and support services on TI products. With their latest Windows Embedded Compact offering on the Sitara AM335x development platforms, Adeneo has proven again its capability to provide our customers with solutions that help them build next-generation products using the latest Windows Embedded technologies," said Alejandro Erives, Sitara Processors brand manager, TI.
For complete information and feature set details on the WEC 7/2013 BSPs from Adeneo Embedded for TI's Sitara AM335x platforms, please refer to http://www.adeneo-embedded.com/Products/Board-Support-Packages/Texas-Instruments-Sitara
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Adeneo Embedded provides system integration, design, support and training services to companies seeking world-class expertise in embedded solutions using high-performance architectures. For over 10 years, Adeneo Embedded has helped clients, in all stages of development; create profitable, feature-rich products that incorporate software and hardware solutions based on Windows Embedded operating systems as well as Silverlight and .Net technologies. Close working partnerships with industry-leading silicon and Microsoft allow Adeneo Embedded to apply its experience to a wide range of embedded solutions for the automotive, industrial, medical, multi-media, navigation, networking, mobile and wireless markets. Adeneo Embedded has a global sales and support network backed by engineering offices in North America and Europe.
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