“Faced with the explosion of business data, enterprises are looking for better alternatives to help them unlock the information inside. Microsoft’s broad set of technologies and products make it uniquely qualified to help address this problem. We’re working with our partners to create solutions that extend across the full breadth of Microsoft technologies and provide customers with the clarity they need to harness big data.” In parallel, Microsoft will release Windows Embedded Compact 2013, another version that will support small footprint devices that require flexible hardware, the use of touch- and gesture-based inputs and hard, real-time support. This large market is doubly attractive for Microsoft due to the lack of clear leaders in the field, which includes Linux, iOS, Minix, Tiny OS and many others. Market leadership in this market would be a source of significant revenues for Redmond. Read more about Microsoft’s road map for Windows 8 Embedded here. ]]>
Microsoft Targets $1.4 Trillion Intelligent Devices Market with Windows 8 Embedded
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