Microsoft today announced the Windows Embedded 8 family of operating system general availability. This means that the Windows Embedded 8 Standard and Windows Embedded 8 Pro will become available from today via its website while the company believes that it will add flexible options for companies who will be looking for to add “enterprise-specific functionality” in July.
“Edge devices connected and working in unison with an enterprise’s broader IT infrastructure unleash the potential of the Internet of Things by yielding the actionable data and operational intelligence that drive businesses forward,” said Kevin Dallas, general manager of Windows Embedded at Microsoft.
“From the rich, familiar experience of Windows to integrated management, analytics and cloud platforms, Windows Embedded 8 coupled with the full breadth of Microsoft technologies for intelligent systems helps enterprises gain lasting competitive advantages in retail, manufacturing, healthcare and a variety of industries.”
It’s quite obvious that rollout of Windows 8 Embedded version will turn out to be a moderate release of Windows 8 into non-traditional setups although and after all if counting on this is the Microsoft’s pretty own way to extend the Windows beyond the personal computer. The new Windows Embedded will do found in both small and large devices, then why not the step further.