The newest version of the Windows Embedded CE, Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 (WEC 7) is a new componentized, real-time operating system. Windows Embedded Compact 7 is a new small footprint OS targeted towards enterprise and consumer type electronics such as barcode scanners, GPS devises, digital picture frames and other small devices. The new OS is designed to support up to 256 levels of thread priority, nested interrupts, and per-thread quantums with up to 256 cores support. And unlike other Microsoft OSs, the new Windows Embedded 7 source code is completely available to device developers to tweak as they see fit.
WEC 7, a new OS for small-print enterprise and consumer devices
Thanks to the pervasive use of virtualization, hybrid cloud, and software–defined architectures — enterprise IT infrastructures are impossibly complex. Performance monitoring solutions are critical for enabling IT teams to identify key bottlenecks and emergent issues, for understanding which workloads are more demanding in terms of resource contention, and for cost effective capacity and resource planning. Read this IDC Customer Spotlight for a glimpse into real–world implementations and use …
In this highly valued report, you'll learn the results of "The Forrester Wave™: Hybrid Integration For Enterprises, Q4 2016" extensive research of the top Hybrid Integration Solutions, including each product's overall ranking, specific capabilities and strengths and weaknesses.