Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support

2019-06-11T09:50:00+01:00

Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support New Series: Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know - Part 1 With end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS, our new series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know explores the key considerations when planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices. Part 1: Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Windows Embedded Compact 6.0 has been available since 2006 and Windows Embedded Compact 7.0 dates back to 2011. For device manufacturers and software developers, there are several important dates in the platforms’ product lifecycles, especially when ‘mainstream’ and ‘extended' support ends. Mainstream support is available during system development when problems occur that may require Microsoft assistance. [...]

Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support2019-06-11T09:50:00+01:00

WiFi KRACK: Take these four key steps to manage the risk and protect your network

2018-10-09T12:52:45+01:00

When the WPA2 vulnerability, better known as the WiFi KRACK was revealed late last year, what followed was a torrent of concerning headlines suggesting that all WiFi communications could be decrypted. Whilst it is vulnerability at the core of one of the most popular forms of WiFi network security, all is not as bad as some of the articles might lead you to believe.   We're going to take a realistic look at how this attack works and outline some important steps users and service providers can take to keep networks and devices safe.   WiFi KRACK: Four key steps to manage the risk and protect your network   What is a KRACK?   KRACK, meaning Key Reinstallation AttaCK, works by abusing a flaw found in the WPA2 implementation declared [...]

WiFi KRACK: Take these four key steps to manage the risk and protect your network2018-10-09T12:52:45+01:00

How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment

2019-06-07T13:53:59+01:00

How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment Our series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know examines the primary issues around planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices, as end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS beckon ever closer. We kicked off the series with Part 1 when we looked at key considerations such as platform longevity and security. And Part 2 went into greater detail on OS migration, and developing your legacy WinCE environment for the future. So - straight into the final instalment and how to migrate Windows CE... Part 3: Application Development: Migration of Windows CE to new embedded [...]

How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment2019-06-07T13:53:59+01:00

Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future

2019-06-07T13:36:59+01:00

Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future As end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS continue to get closer, our series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know examines the primary issues around  planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices. In Part 1 of the series, we surveyed the landscape for Microsoft Embedded and how to carefully consider OS Migration and priorities such as security and platform longevity. So, in Part 2, let's look some more at  topics around .OS Migration Part 2: OS Migration - developing your legacy Windows CE environment for the future [...]

Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future2019-06-07T13:36:59+01:00

SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 2018

2018-10-09T11:09:13+01:00

Watch SnapUI's smooth performance on the NXP i.MX7 ULP processor:   SnapUI in action on the NXP Stand at Embedded World 2018: the largest embedded systems trade show on the globe   Nuremberg, Germany: SnapUI demo up and running amid last minute preparations at Embedded World 2018    SnapUI Demo: Homehub (thermostat and alarm panel) on the i.MX7 ULP ByteSnap is excited to be exhibiting SnapUI – our low power, high performance GUI engine - running on NXP’s new i.MX7 ULP processor at the world’s biggest embedded systems trade fair…   SnapUI is on display at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany 27th February – 1st March. The demonstration uses the SnapUI framework to render using the OpenGL accelerated GPU of the i.MX7 ULP. All framework graphics [...]

SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 20182018-10-09T11:09:13+01:00

Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support

2019-06-07T13:21:33+01:00

Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support New Series: Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know - Part 1 With end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS, our new series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know explores the key considerations when planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices. Part 1: Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Windows Embedded Compact 6.0 has been available since 2006 and Windows Embedded Compact 7.0 dates back to 2011. For device manufacturers and software developers, there are several important dates in the platforms’ product lifecycles, especially when ‘mainstream’ and ‘extended' support ends. Mainstream support is available during system development [...]

Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support2019-06-07T13:21:33+01:00