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  • Windows NT/CE/XP
     → January 2014
    White Paper: Windows CE Development for RISC Computers Made Easy

    White Paper: Windows CE Development for RISC Computers Made Easy

    Thomas Walters and Earle Foster (Sealevel Systems, Inc.)
    Windows CE (a.k.a. Windows Embedded Compact), originally released in 1996, can be an attractive alternative to the full Windows operating system offering system designers the ability to control power, size, and cost in a new product.

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper:  Windows 10 IoT Overview

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Overview

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Some features will require hardware that customers don't have today.

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT for Thin Clients

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT for Thin Clients

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT for Thin Clients

    Virtualization
     → March 2015
    White Paper: Three Steps to Accelerating Your Migration from Windows Server 2003

    White Paper: Three Steps to Accelerating Your Migration from Windows Server 2003

    Staff (Microsoft)
    Take the first step on the path to modernizing your datacenter and minimizing the risks of maintaining legacy servers.

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Managing Windows 10 IoT Devices

    White Paper: Managing Windows 10 IoT Devices

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    By choosing Windows 10, you can enable intelligent device capabilities to make a big impact. Windows 10 brings one converged Windows operating system that powers all of your Internet of Things (IoT) devices and provides an optimized platform for management, security, and application development.

    IoT
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a full version of Windows 10 that powers a range of industry devices across retail, manufacturing, health, government and other industries.

    Windows NT/CE/XP
     → January 2015
    White Paper: Windows CE Development for RISC Computers Made Easy

    White Paper: Windows CE Development for RISC Computers Made Easy

    Thomas Walter (Sealevel Systems, Inc.); Earle Foster (Sealevel Systems, Inc.)
    Software developers often overlook the option for Windows CE when choosing an operating system. Sometimes this is the result of making hardware selection first and choosing a platform not suitable for CE.

    Design considerations
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Guidelines for Designing Embedded Systems with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    White Paper: Guidelines for Designing Embedded Systems with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Embedded Systems gives you the full power of the Windows 10 Enterprise operating system for your embedded device, featuring the same security, productivity, reliability, and functionality as the binary-identical desktop version of Windows. This white paper provides gui... [read more]

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 Industry Infographics

    White Paper: Windows 10 Industry Infographics

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Better Device Experiences with the Next Generation OS Windows 10

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Core - Technical Overview

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Core - Technical Overview

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Core - You don't have to start from scratch. Scale investment across all Microsoft platforms.

    Security
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Security

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Security

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT is that platform. Windows 10 IoT provides robust security capabilities to identities (both device identities and user identities), secure data, and secure connections. This paper will discuss key aspects of IoT security and how original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can create secure... [read more]

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Platform Overview

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Platform Overview

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    With Windows 10 IoT, Microsoft gives you the technology to make IoT real.

    Mobile applications
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Deliver Enterprise-class devices optimized for industry line-of-business applications

    Software tools
     → May 2016
    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    Staff (Abaco Systems)
    Declare independence from your hardware and operating system.

    Operating systems
     → February 2016
    White Paper: Seven fatal mistakes to avoid when choosing an embedded OS

    White Paper: Seven fatal mistakes to avoid when choosing an embedded OS

    Malte Mundt, Senior Field Application Engineer (QNX Software Systems)
    How would you go about choosing an embedded Operating System (OS) for the next generation of your product? In this whitepaper we will make you aware of those pitfalls and shallows you ought to avoid when choosing an embedded OS, without drifting off into a lot of technical details.

    Cloud
     → April 2015
    White Paper: Cloud Optimize Your Business

    White Paper: Cloud Optimize Your Business

    Staff (Microsoft)
    The way in which we do business has transformed in more ways than people can imagine. If you're on the IT side of the fence, you know that the hardware and software of today bears little resemblance to the platforms of just a few years ago. How do you stay on top of the technology? Microsoft has put... [read more]

    Connected Devices
     → March 2016
    White Paper:  Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    White Paper: Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    Staff (Microsoft )
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has split manufacturing businesses wide open, blurring the distinction between hardware and software and creating once in a lifetime opportunity for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). For OEMs who have experienced cost and commoditization pressures, the news could... [read more]

    Automotive applications
     → February 2014

    Electric vehicle vision

    Rory Dear (Technical Contributor)
    In the rapidly expanding electric vehicle rollout, the future of embedded computing in this space will depend on how these heavily integrated systems find commonality across potentially various operating systems.

    agile
     → May 2016
    White Paper: Accelerating Product Innovation Through Agile Development and Continuous Engineering

    White Paper: Accelerating Product Innovation Through Agile Development and Continuous Engineering

    Staff (IBM)
    Software is driving an expanding percentage of embedded system value, fueling growth in code base. OEMs need to extend the Agile methodology.

    Motion control
     → September 2016
    White Paper: Software VS Hardware -- Machine Control: Cost and Performance Compared

    White Paper: Software VS Hardware -- Machine Control: Cost and Performance Compared

    Jerry Leitz (KINGSTAR by IntervalZero )
    Let KINGSTAR show that the software-based servo performance is equivalent to or better than the DSP Solution, with a number of advantages compared to hardware at a very affordable price.

    RTOS
     → March 2014

    Real-time operating systems in the cloud era: Revolution or evolution?

    Curt Schwaderer (Editorial Director)
    Decades-old RTOS technology is still going strong, and is responding to new trends and advances to meet today’s embedded system needs.

    critical embedded applications
     → January 2014
    White Paper: Computer System Design for Critical Applications

    White Paper: Computer System Design for Critical Applications

    Earle Foster (Sealevel Systems, Inc.)
    Careful upfront attention to computer system design will save field failures and headaches later

    Windows XP
     → August 2013

    XP Embedded: Alive and kicking, or dead and twitching?

    Rory Dear (Technical Contributor)
    With recent announcements that Windows will stop supporting XP Professional and Home versions, is obsolescence on the horizon for XPe?

    CPU bypass
     → June 2013

    CPU bypass: Critical signal processing operation

    Charlotte Adams (GE Intelligent Platforms)

    Top Embedded Innovators
     → June 2014
    2014 Top Embedded Innovators: Chad Jones, Vice President, Xively Product Strategy, LogMeIn

    2014 Top Embedded Innovators: Chad Jones, Vice President, Xively Product Strategy, LogMeIn

    Monique DeVoe (Managing Editor)
    Chad Jones is the Vice President, Internet of Things Strategy at LogMeIn. He has more than 18 years' experience driving strategic initiatives for start-ups and F50 companies and has traveled the planet discussing a vision for a better world through technology. He has served as Vice President of Prod... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → January 2014
    Fusing video and radar tracks in multisensor military security

    Fusing video and radar tracks in multisensor military security

    Dr. David G. Johnson (Cambridge Pixel)
    Effective fusion of multiple sensors such as radar video and cameras is the key to presenting a situational display in military security applications that successfully informs the operator and supports critical decision-making. However, while track display with track fusion offers the benefits of si... [read more]

    Board Support Packages
     → Spring 2014
    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    As Windows XP nears End Of Life (EOL), many SFF users are turning to Linux as the Board Support Package (BSP) of choice.

    Multicore
     → February/March 2014
    Demystifying multi-core architecture for avionics

    Demystifying multi-core architecture for avionics

    Patrick Huyck (Green Hills Software)
    Avionics system architects making design decisions today are often frustrated by an expensive problem - having to perform a substantial redesign because an existing system lacked the flexibility required to support an update. Such inflexible barriers in the design process may be overcome by using ne... [read more]

    Qseven
     → Summer 2013
    Qseven COMs take healthcare mobile

    Qseven COMs take healthcare mobile

    Brandon Lewis (Associate Editor)
    Increasing numbers of patients, shrinking numbers of physicians, and rising costs are pushing the medical field further into the age of telehealth. Unlike traditional clinical platforms, however, telemedicine demands portability, flexibility, and long lifecycle support from Small Form Factor (SFF) t... [read more]

    Ethernet
     → June 2013

    The year of 40 GbE

    Steve Edwards (Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions)

    Security and Information Event Management (SIEM)
     → Summer 2013

    The evolution of Security and Information Event Management systems

    Curt Schwaderer (Technology Editor)
    Security and Information Event Management (SIEM) systems are changing in order to protect enterprises that increasingly rely on social media and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies.

    Internet of Things
     → March 2014
    Internet of Things gateway: Q&A with Guido Jouret, General Manager, Internet of Things Group, Cisco

    Internet of Things gateway: Q&A with Guido Jouret, General Manager, Internet of Things Group, Cisco

    Brandon Lewis (Assistant Managing Editor)
    Guido Jouret of Cisco Systems offers the connectivity company's thoughts on gateways solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), how they can be used to improve application development, and the new revenue streams they present.

    VPX
     → Summer 2014
    Steps to building VPX systems with an integrator

    Steps to building VPX systems with an integrator

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    This article looks at the steps to building a complete system. For many intelligent and critical embedded systems, the integration of the final system happens at the large prime contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, and others. The next level of integration is done at an ear... [read more]

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