Adeneo provides Windows Embedded Compact 7 support for TI’s OMAP 4

  • May 02, 2011
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May 2, 2011 - Adeneo Embedded announced a full suite of support services—including customized support, training and development service—tailored to assist original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) seeking to develop Windows Embedded Compact 7 on the OMAP 4 platform from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI). Combining TI’s multicore OMAP 4 applications processor technology with Microsoft’s recently released Windows Embedded Compact 7 platform of tools and technologies creates new opportunities to develop innovative multimedia and wireless devices for enterprise and industrial applications. Example advanced features include an ARM Cortex-A-optimized compiler, support for symmetric multiprocessing and advanced graphical capabilities with Silverlight for Windows Embedded. An active member of TI’s Developer Network, Adeneo Embedded marries its deep working knowledge of the OMAP technology with its Windows Embedded Compact legacy to create a breadth of expertise invaluable to OEMs seeking to differentiate on related designs. This expertise uniquely positions Adeneo Embedded to deliver superior customer services supporting system integration, Board Support Packages (BSP), drivers and application development as well as performance optimization. Windows Embedded Compact 7 provides developers, designers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with a powerful real-time OS and a full tools suite, enabling an integrated, streamlined development experience that helps speed devices to market. The OMAP 4 platform is a powerful system-on-chip that includes a high definition (HD) multimedia engine, a dual-core ARM(r) Cortex-A9 MPCore supporting symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) and capable of speeds of more than 1GHz per core; a high-performance programmable graphics engine; and an Image Signal Processor (ISP) for unparalleled video and imaging performance. Support services on OMAP4 / Windows Embedded Compact 7 technologies are now fully available from Adeneo Embedded.  

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