Motorola Brings Windows Embedded 8 Handheld-based Devices to Enterprise Customers
It comes equipped with new features such as kids’ corner and a Microsoft account, which makes it easier to get the latest software updates and apps from the company.
Making access to this operating system easier than ever before, Motorola (News - Alert) Solutions has expanded the company's enterprise mobile computing portfolio. The new product portfolio now includes devices created to cater to the unique features of the Microsoft Windows Embedded 8 Handheld platform.
With Windows Embedded 8 Handheld, Microsoft now has the ability to partner with various device manufacturers, ensuring an improved user experience and helping Microsoft and partners meet and exceed the demands of these users, Microsoft has stated.
“Together with Microsoft, Motorola Solutions will deliver specialized, durable, enterprise mobile devices for line-of-business applications across the retail supply chain from manufacturing to the retail store floor,” stated Girish Rishi, senior vice president, Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Solutions. “We have worked closely with Microsoft since the release of Windows CE 1.0 in 1996 and have shipped millions of devices on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile and Windows CE operating systems. Our future direction includes the Microsoft Windows Embedded 8 Handheld platform.”
Recently, the company introduced NX Integrated Services Platform. According to the company, the new platform is ideal for branch office networking and communications with regard to the nature of the platform’s installation and administration.
It also offers twin advantages as they can now look to improve the customer experience, and makes life easier for IT staff. It also provides mobile access to various communication processes on a single platform.
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Edited by Braden Becker