|By PR Newswire||
|November 27, 2012 08:00 AM EST||
BELLEVUE, Wash. and ECULLY, France, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Adeneo Embedded, a platinum member of the Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) Design Network, and a Microsoft Windows Embedded Gold Partner and recipient of a "Windows Embedded Excellence Award" from 2007 through 2012, today announced support for Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 technology on TI's OMAP™ 4 platform.
This milestone builds on previous collaborations on Windows Embedded Compact 7 to enable 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 Handheld-based devices on TI's OMAP 4 platform. This creates new opportunities to develop innovative handheld devices for enterprise and industrial applications.
As a platinum member of TI's Design Network, Adeneo Embedded marries its deep knowledge of the OMAP processor family with Windows Embedded experience to create a breadth of expertise invaluable to OEMs seeking to differentiate designs.
Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 powers enterprise handheld devices that run line-of-business (LOB) applications to help enable efficient data input, and highly secure connections to existing enterprise infrastructure with proven reliability, enterprise-level support, and a consistent platform experience.
With a dual-core ARM® Cortex™-A9 foundation, TI's OMAP platform includes an IVA 3 multimedia accelerator, a POWERVR™ SGX540 graphics core from Imagination Technologies, an integrated Image Signal Processor (ISP), two ARM Cortex-M3 cores, and other unique architectural benefits. Together, these OMAP 4 platform components provide the optimal balance of high performance at low power, thanks to symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) that helps balance tasks and choose the "right core for the chore."
"Our work with TI on the OMAP 4 platform started in 2011 with the support of Windows Embedded Compact 7," said Yannick Chammings, chief executive officer, Adeneo Embedded. "By extending today the scope of collaboration to Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5, we further reinforce our support to OEMs developing differentiated, game-changing devices for the handheld, industrial and enterprise markets."
"As a Platinum Member of TI's Design Network, Adeneo Embedded has proven expertise in key vertical applications, including those that leverage the full benefits of TI's OMAP platform on Windows Embedded Compact and Handheld-based devices," said George Martin, partner manager, embedded processing, TI. "We congratulate the Adeneo Embedded team on bringing Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 support to OMAP 4 processors, and know that Adeneo's system integration, support and training services will help customers achieve great successes in this promising market."
"Adeneo Embedded's extensive support services for Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 on the OMAP 4 platform give OEMs powerful performance options for creating industry handheld devices," said D'Arcy Salzmann, product manager for Windows Embedded at Microsoft. "Enterprises deploying industry handhelds to gain the benefits of intelligent systems look to Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 devices for the performance, utility and flexibility they need. With Adeneo Embedded's support for the OMAP 4 platform now available, OEMs can now offer enterprises additional performance options for the devices used to deliver critical line-of-business application flexibility."
Support services are available from Adeneo Embedded for developers leveraging Windows Embedded Compact and Windows Embedded Handheld technologies on the OMAP 4 platform. OEMs interested in using these technologies can contact Adeneo Embedded's sales team at [email protected] to discuss further support options.
About Adeneo Embedded
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, Windows Phone or Windows 8 operating systems. Close working partnerships with industry-leading silicon and software vendors 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.
About the Texas Instruments Design Network
Adeneo Embedded is a platinum member of the TI Design Network, a premier group of independent, well-established companies that offer products and system-level design and manufacturing services complementing TI's semiconductors to a worldwide customer base to accelerate product innovation and time-to-market. Network members provide product design, hardware and software system integration, turnkey product design, RF and processor system modules, reference platforms, software development, proof-of-concept design, feasibility studies, research, certification compliance, prototyping, manufacturing, and product life cycle management. For more information about the TI Design Network, please visit http://www.ti.com/designnetwork.
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- visit Adeneo Embedded dedicated web site www.adeneo-embedded.com
- Adeneo Embedded General sales contact [email protected]
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- Central Europe, contact Michael Heinz [email protected]
- South&North Europe, contact Jeremy Delicato [email protected]
- America, East, please contact Mike Ruiz [email protected]
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