Embedded systems operate with Windows CE 6.0

DECEMBER 18, 2008--emPC and emVIEW systems now feature support for Windows CE 6.0.

DECEMBER 18, 2008--emPC and emVIEW systems now feature support for Windows CE 6.0. A completely revised kernel includes updated system performance and a new file system that accommodates large storage media, larger files, and encoding for removable media. Software-APIs for integrated CAN and I/O drivers are identical to the older operating system (Version 5.0). In addition to CoreDuo technology, other process architectures available and supported include 500-MHz Geode LX800, 600-MHz Celeron M, and up to 1.4-GHz Pentium M processors.
Janz Automationssysteme
Paderborn, Germany
www.janz.de/as/en

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PRESS RELEASE

Windows CE Support for Janz emPC Embedded Systems

Janz Automationssysteme AG announces support for Windows CE 6.0 - the newest version of Microsoft's embedded operating system - for Janz's emPC and emVIEW systems. So now Janz customers can benefit from a completely revised kernel with updated system performance, and a new file system, which accommodates large storage media, larger files and encoding for removable media. Software-APIs for integrated CAN and I/O drivers are identical to the older operating system (Version 5.0).

emPC systems are specially designed to be combined with a variety of displays, resulting in a wide range of new emVIEW systems. These emPC systems are suitable for stand-alone, displays embedded operations as well as those needing HMI displays. So this broad-range system concept can fit many installation needs, but using the same controller.

For instance, emPC-MCD/2 is a fan-less controller based on Intel's CoreDuo technology, which can be combined with a 12.1" touchscreen display. This becomes our emVIEW-12T/MCD2, which represents an ideal PanelPC system with passive cooling and high reliability.

In addition to CoreDuo technology, other process architectures are available and supported, from 500 MHz Geode LX800, 600 MHz Celeron M, and up to 1.4 GHz Pentium M processors. With up to two PCI-Slots and two integrated CAN/CANopen interfaces, emPC embedded systems represent truly versatile controllers for diverse applications.

For further information: www.janz.de/as/en

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