Thursday, March 3, 2011

Freescale i.MX53 Quick Start BSP availability

Adeneo Embedded, a preferred partner of Freescale Semiconductors for Windows Embedded, Linux and Android system integration on Freescale i.MX architecture, announce today the availability of 2 new reference board support packages for i.MX53 processor.
Targeting the newly released Freescale i.MX53 Quick Start development platform, Windows Embedded Compact 7 and Android reference BSPs provide extended user experience to OEMs developing advanced graphical and multimedia solutions for industrial, medical or home appliances market.
Android BSP is available for free in source code from Adeneo Embedded website. Compact7 source BSP license can be purchased for only US$500. By delivering both Android and Compact7 reference solutions for i.MX53, Adeneo Embedded expands further its collaboration with Freescale and reinforces its availability to help device makers in their developments through support, training and development services around Windows Embedded, Linux and Android technologies.

- Nicolas

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Windows Embedded Compact 7 BSPs from Adeneo Embedded

As mentioned yesterday the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 OS has been released and now Adeneo Embedded is releasing Windows Embedded Compact 7 BSPs for the following platforms and architectures:

  • Atmel AT91SAM9 architecture, covering AT91SAM9G20, AT91SAM9G45 and AT91SAM9M10 reference development kits.
  • Freescale i.MX architecture, with reference BSPs for i.MX28 and i.MX53, targeting Freescale i.MX28EVK and i.MX53 QuickStart platforms.
  • NXP LPC3250 reference development kit
  • Texas Instruments AM37x and DM37x with a reference BSP for the BeagleBoard-XM, based on the unified BSP architecture for TI Cortex-A8 platforms co-developed by Adeneo and Texas Instruments.
Adeneo Embedded will be releasing a complete set of reference BSPs in time with the general availability of Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7. Visitors attending the Embedded World tradeshow, taking place in Nuremberg from the 1-3 March, can view demonstrations of these solutions at the Microsoft Booth in hall 11-318, where Adeneo Embedded will be exhibiting.

- Nicolas

Adeneo Embedded website refreshed

The Adeneo Embedded team is proud to share with you their new website, easier, cleaner. Check out the new content at

- Nicolas

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Windows Embedded Compact MSDN

All the MSDN documentation for the Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system is available only, giving you a chance to check what's new during the download of the tool :-)

- Nicolas

Windows Embedded Compact 7 Release

Here we are... Microsoft announces today the availability of the Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system, allowing OEM to build more powerfull and connected devices. This new release integrates the support for the latest technologies like Silverlight 3.0, multitouch panels, multi core processors, and a bunch of other features.
Check out the list from the the product datasheet link.

- Nicolas