From Windows CE to an IoT RTOS

March 8, 2018

Along with the rest of the industry, Microsoft is transitioning to address the Internet of Things with its Windows 10 IoT Core operating system. While IoT Core is well-suited for generic IoT applications, it does not include the deterministic capabilities of its predecessor, Windows CE. This has created a void for many developers looking to transition embedded applications to the IoT. Fortunately, real-time extensions for the Windows 10 IoT Core offer a bridge.

In this white paper, embedded and IoT developers will learn:

  • About Microsoft’s transition from Windows CE to Windows 10 IoT Core
  • How gaps in this transition necessitate a real-time solution
  • How real-time operating system extensions from IntervalZero can be added to Windows 10 IoT Core to enable determinism in IoT applications
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