Arduino YUN in Windows 10 announcment image?

On September 30, 2014, Microsoft announced Windows 10. The banner from the announcement (attached) shows many of their products running the system. BUT, at the very end there is a circuit board, one that looks like a fuzzy version of the YUN. Any thoughts or ideas as to what that may be, if not a YUN? Or anything from Microsoft about this?

http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2014/09/30/announcing-windows-10/

YUN image from:

Yun's ODM version?

Microsoft started out supporting Windows Server on X86, Itanium, MIPS, Alpha, and Power architectures.

http://www.enterprisetech.com/2014/10/27/microsoft-testing-windows-server-arm/

FYI. CPU at Yun is AR9331 which is MIPS based.

salohcin1: ::::SNIP:::: Any thoughts or ideas as to what that may be, if not a YUN? Or anything from Microsoft about this?

M$ is an aggressive company. I would watch to see which person gets put in charge. Will it be a technical person? A Product manager from another product line? A sales and marketing person?

M$ is already supported as a development environment with many embedded system - Beagle Bone, Raspberry PI, etc.

M$ has an embedded OS. It is bloated and windows centric. When M$ buys an embedded company they'll be more serious.

However, there is one outliner they go with, and that is Nokia. I would peripherally watch Nokia.

Jesse

Most likely, this is an Intel Galileo. They released a free version of (embedded) Windows for it, though the one that is currently available is based on Windows 7 or 8 rather than on Windows 10. I think this is a bit of “wishful thinking” on both Mircosoft’s as well as on Intel’s part…

Ralf

jessemonroy650: M$ has an embedded OS. It is bloated and windows centric.

Of course it is "windows centric". That's Microsoft's OS.

When M$ buys an embedded company they'll be more serious.

Well, they offer a free version of their embedded Windows version for the Intel Galileo. Doubt that they are going to "buy" anyone that makes hardware. It rather seems that they are very cautious about this after the failure with the Surface tablets and their Windows Phones, despite a lot of "paid advertising" in various blogs, isn't doing that great either...

However, there is one outliner they go with, and that is Nokia. I would peripherally watch Nokia.

They are done with Nokia. They bought their mobile business outright and Nokia is moving on to greener pastures, like selling Foxconn made tablets running Android. Or developing and selling networking equipment.

Ralf

PCWorxLA:
Most likely, this is an Intel Galileo.

That would make sense, although the board in the picture looks nothing like a Galileo. But that might not mean much: it wouldn’t be the first time that marketing people used the wrong product picture – either by accident or because they like the size and shape of a different board better and figured nobody would notice.

ShapeShifter:
That would make sense, although the board in the picture looks nothing like a Galileo. But that might not mean much: it wouldn’t be the first time that marketing people used the wrong product picture – either by accident or because they like the size and shape of a different board better and figured nobody would notice.

Yeah, I agree. Apparently a marketing goof.

Arduino Certified Intel Galileo

Jesse

IntelGalileo_fabD_Front_450px.jpg

ShapeShifter:
That would make sense, although the board in the picture looks nothing like a Galileo. But that might not mean much: it wouldn’t be the first time that marketing people used the wrong product picture – either by accident or because they like the size and shape of a different board better and figured nobody would notice.

Yeah, they probably took whatever they could get their hands on.
But by any rate, Windows 10 on any such device is still far away…

Ralf

http://dev.windows.com/en-us/featured/raspberrypi2support

Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2

sonnyyu: http://dev.windows.com/en-us/featured/raspberrypi2support

Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2

Yup, saw this today after getting the announcement message for the rPi2 the other day. Not sure though if this will be any improvement over trying to run Windows on the Intel Galileo1/2 though...

Ralf