Windows® Embedded Migration to a New Embedded OS
If you’re a developer whose embedded application is currently based on a legacy Windows Embedded OS, are you prepared for when support for Windows CE 6.0 ends in 2017 and for Windows CE 7 in 2020? To be safe, you need to port or rewrite your applications for a new embedded OS now.
High-Level View of Windows and Linux Architecture
Timesys Four-Phase Embedded OS Migration Process
- Analyze the existing product code and applications so as to understand design dependencies
- Identify parameters critical to quality
- Set acceptance criteria
Gap Identification & Sizing
- Investigate modules and frameworks so as to minimize the changes in user space apps
- Examine third-party modules used, and find equivalent solution
- Size the effort
Port & Optimize
- Incrementally develop, test and demo agile methodology in short sprint
- Implement performance optimizations
- Perform system test
- Meet acceptance criteria
Deploy & Support
- Transfer knowledge
- Assist during initial deployment phase
- Provide technical phone support for initial deployment
- Provide longer-term maintenance services and lifecycle support (available as needed)
Rely on Timesys to help you with Windows Embedded OS migration.
- We provide tools that make embedded system development easy (Factory embedded Linux BSP build environment, TimeStorm).
- Our engineers have proven expertise in developing device drivers, BSPs, SDKs, and embedded OS kernels including Linux and Android.
- Our team consists of engineers with number of years of experience in Windows Embedded based ecosystem.
- We have experience in porting applications onto Qt and Cordova or natively.
- We provide a transparent 4-phase process for embedded OS migration.
- We have a strong relationship with leading semiconductor companies and the open source community.
- We can provide post-deployment support and maintenance services, as needed.
- Our broad global reach ensures high customer satisfaction and greater productivity — no matter where our customers are located.
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