Announcing Windows IoT Enterprise on NXP i.MX 8M and i.MX 8M Mini General Availability
Published Jun 20 2022 11:00 PM 7,153 Views

We are excited to announce the GA release of Windows IoT Enterprise on NXP's i.MX 8M and i.MX 8M Mini SoCs!


The much-anticipated launch of the Arm® based version of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is now available. This version of the platform is perfect for device builders looking for a solution to create low powered, small form-factor devices using the full power of Windows IoT Enterprise. Distributors, device builders, system integrators, software developers and design shops are encouraged to visit and get started with your new design today!


“The new Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSC for ARM running on an industrial i.MX8 MPU from NXP is a real game changer!” said Martin Grossen, Avnet’s Global Director Embedded Software and Cloud.


If you are attending the Embedded World Conference in Nuremburg, don’t hesitate to drop by our booth in Hall 4, booth 4-238 to learn more and see everything Windows 10 IoT on Arm has to offer! Some of our valued partners who have already begun building devices using Windows IoT Enterprise will also be at Embedded World showing Arm64, including: 


Windows IoT has a long history of leadership in the embedded device ecosystem. Building on the success of the past and incorporating the valued feedback from device builders around the globe, this release is the product of years of iterations and improvements in our collaborations with NXP. On the heels of the i.MX6 and i.MX7 releases in 2018 and 2019, we listened to our customers and significantly invested in R&D with NXP to deliver the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise operating system on Arm. The most significant new functionality of this release includes support for Win32 applications and GPU graphics acceleration. We previewed an early release with select partners last year, continued to make improvements to quality and performance through Public Preview in March, and are proud to release it to general audiences today. For more details, check out:


We can’t wait to see what you can build!



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