Hardware Empowerment Program for Windows Embedded at Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2003

Quote Sheet

July 2003

“We are excited to be a part of the Hardware Empowerment Program (HEP) for Windows® Embedded for academia. The program gives researchers a simple and efficient way to develop innovative devices faster than previously possible.”

Thomas Chou
Product Manager, Embedded Computing Group
Advantech Technologies Inc.

“The Arcom Windows Embedded Development Kits are a comprehensive set of hardware and software tools that enable developers to quickly develop, 32-bit smart devices based on Microsoft® Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded; they are being used in classes and university development programs. The Hardware Empowerment Program for Windows Embedded gives researchers, professors and students an end-to-end solution, allowing them to focus their efforts on developing innovative technology.”

John G. Meyer
U.S. Business Development Manager
Arcom Inc.

“ICOP is dedicated to promoting the development of cutting-edge embedded systems. By giving colleges and universities access to Windows Embedded platforms and ICOPs technology, the HEP empowers the next generation of embedded developers.”

Samuel Phung
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
ICOP Technology Corp.

“Intrinsyc is pleased to provide colleges and universities with access to innovative reference designs and powerful software that utilize the full functionality of the Windows CE .NET 4.2 operating system design platform.”

Brett Kaarto
Sales Representative
Intrinsyc Software Inc.

“Marvell Semiconductor is pleased to support academia through the Hardware Empowerment Program for Windows Embedded. By providing researchers with access to Marvell reference designs and hardware, we are allowing colleges and universities to focus their efforts on instruction and innovation.”

David Young
General Manager, Connectivity Business Unit
Marvell Semiconductor Inc.

“Through the Hardware Empowerment Program for Windows Embedded, we are able to provide the academic community with the hardware and software they need to develop the next generation of smart connected devices.”

Chris Muench

“We value our involvement with the Hardware Empowerment Program for Windows Embedded, and look forward to making the SuperH RISC CPU architecture available to the academic community.”

Rick Chapman
Vice President
Marketing and Business Development
SuperH Inc.

“We are very pleased to be participating in Microsofts Hardware Empowerment Program. The Mini-ITX EPIA platform is a logical choice for VIA to participate in academic initiatives.”

Richard Brown
Associate Vice President of Marketing
VIA Technologies, Inc.

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