Monday, 15 December 2008

Windows Embedded Standard Training and Consulting

Looking for a strong official Training Partner for Windows Embedded Standard?

The successor of the previous Windows XP Embedded is called Windows Embedded Standard.

Both solutions allow to go embedded on x86 architectures (only). While Windows CE is targeting ARM, MIPS, SH4 and x86, too, the x86 on Windows CE does not support Hyperthreading, e.g., like available on Intel's Atom processors which became a hype during the last months as you surely know following the news. So at least here going embedded using Microsoft solutions means going Windows Embedded Standard.

During the next few weeks the official training material from Microsoft will be finished and released. Early support for interested customers in upcoming Windows Embedded Standard projects is already available since Microsoft already delivered the training material to interested offically certified trainers for reviewing purpose.

Feel free to contact our BLOG team or me directly...

- Oliver

2 comments:

Erik Cox said...

Well I would be more than interested in receiving the official training material from Microsoft..so if that is possible before they publish it..do let me know what i need to do to get it...!?

Oliver Merkel said...

Hi Erik Cox,

Easiest way: attend a Windows Embedded Standard training.

If you have any questions or feedback related to Windows Embedded Standard trainings you can reach us here: embedded-experience at gmx dot de

- Oliver