MPC Data announces Windows Embedded Compact 7 Board Support package availability

Windows Embedded Compact 7 is the long-awaited successor to WinCE 6, and includes a host of new features and improvements. MPC Data have been investing heavily in WEC7 over the last year and are able to offer support on this latest technology.
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March 14, 2011 - PRLog -- Windows Embedded Compact 7 is the long-awaited successor to Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6, and includes a host of new features and improvements. The improvements range from wide-ranging performance enhancements such as multi-core SMP CPU and ARM v7 instruction set support, and updates to key communication technologies, through to more immediately visible improvements such as a greatly enhanced browser and RemoteFX thin and zero client technology.

As one of the earliest members of the Compact 7 beta program, MPC Data have been investing heavily in Compact 7 over the last year. This ensures that they are able to continue to provide customers with world-class support on this important new technology, as well as being able to offer off the shelf board support packages (BSPs) at the point that Compact 7 is launched. MPC Data’s training portfolio has also been updated to include Compact 7 training at both platform and applications level.

Alan Rowe, Windows Embedded Group Director at MPC Data states “Many of our customers are already planning to upgrade to Compact 7, and as a leading Windows Embedded systems integrator and Microsoft Gold Partner we have worked hard to ensure that we can hit the ground running with these new technologies and have early preview packages available for those customers wishing to adopt this new embedded OS. This year at Embedded World I am particularly excited to be demonstrating the very latest RemoteFX technology based on WEC7 – MPC Data has been working closely with Texas instruments and Microsoft to create production-ready RFX platforms on ARM-based devices.”

The first readily downloadable BSPs will be available in early Q2, however beta versions are available now for customers wishing to get their designs started today.

Neville Bulsara, MPC Data’s Business Development Manager, states “An off the shelf BSP is the key to getting to market faster in this ‘buy not build’ age. Not only that but a quality BSP, allowing you to get the most out of a devices peripherals with robust and optimised drivers is key to establishing a stable development platform. MPC Data are committed to providing access to their skill base – offering professional engineering services for customised BSPs, drivers and application frameworks – as well as providing readily available products for download for common platforms such as the Beagleboard and BeagleboardXM”.

If you would like more information about MPC Data’s WEC7 roadmap and in house capabilities for support and development please do not hesitate to contact their sales team (

MPC Data provides a range of software development services, with specialist teams at all levels of embedded software development from boot-loader to turn-key application. Migrating prototype code from a silicon reference platform to your custom hardware, driver development or board bring-up and SoC hardware acceleration are key areas where specialist assistance will save you time and reduce risk.

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Based in the Europe and North America MPC Data is an award winning Microsoft Gold partner providing World Class Embedded Software Solutions and Products to the embedded community focusing on sophisticated Medical, Video Security and Automotive projects for a worldwide customer base. Visit or contact for more details.
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