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Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 Released


Microsoft today announced the availability of Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5.

Windows Embedded Handheld is the platform that powers enterprise handheld devices. Businesses such as retailers, delivery companies and others that rely on handheld computers depend on Windows Embedded Handheld to run critical business applications in an environment which integrates well with the rest of their systems. These devices provide mobile workers with access to real-time information such as inventory, product information and pricing.

Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 is built on Windows Mobile 6.5. Microsoft claims that the new version is more flexible than ever: Device makers can take advantage of multiple screen sizes and input methods, peripherals to extend device capabilities and multiple connectivity options.

Microsoft is also extending the support lifecycle for Windows Embedded Handheld to align with the typical five to seven-year lifecycle of business applications in the enterprise. Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 mainstream support runs through December 2014, and extended support runs through December 2019.

Microsoft partners, including Intermec, Motorola and Honeywell, continue to build devices for their customers using either the Windows Embedded CE or Windows Mobile platform.

According to analyst firm VDC Research, Microsoft is the leader in providing a platform for creating software solutions that power ruggedized handheld terminals and devices: Microsoft Windows Embedded CE and Windows Mobile 6 operating systems accounted for 87 percent of the approximately 2.3 million ruggedized handheld devices shipped in 2009.


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