Qualcomm Technologies has announced support for the Windows 10 and IoE (Internet of Everything) Devices and IoE Applications with its DragonBoard 410c development board. It will be on live demo at WinHEC Event on March 18 – 19 , 2015.
DragonBoard 410c is based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Processor. It has superior functioning and computing power and supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. This board is just Credit card sized that support rapid software development and prototyping for commercializing new inventions and products, Gaming consoles, Medical devices etc. DragonBoard 410c is also the world’s first high performance, low cost ARM-based platform for Windows 10.
[wpsm_quote author=”Jason Bremner, senior vice president of product management for Qualcomm Technologies” float=”left” width=”100%”]Qualcomm Technologies continues to offer the mobile device and development community the foundation and resources they need to build their portfolio of Windows devices across smartphones, tablets and IoE applications. We are thrilled to demo DragonBoard 410c running Windows 10 IoT at WinHEC. DragonBoard 410c is an ARMv8-based development platform which is designed to support a wide array of embedded computing and IoE devices, drivers and application development.[/wpsm_quote]
[wpsm_quote author=”Kevin Dallas, general manager, IoT Team, Operating Systems Group, Microsoft. ” float=”left” width=”100%”]Microsoft is committed to advancing the Internet of Things with Windows 10 and Azure Cloud Services. Our collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies to provide Windows 10 for the DragonBoard 410c is an important milestone in realizing a new device-as-a-service proposition for device builders, Combining Windows 10 with the performance of Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processors will help the ecosystem realize robust, feature-rich use cases and enable developers to quickly commercialize their hardware products.[/wpsm_quote]