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Kevin DallasGeneral Manager
Kevin Dallas serves as the general manager of Windows Embedded at Microsoft Corp. In this role, Dallas oversees the strategy, product development and marketing of the software and services offerings for intelligent systems. The mission of the business group is to realize the “Internet of Things” by extending Windows and the cloud to the world of intelligent systems for business customers across automotive, retail, medical, industrial automation, banking and energy industries.
Since joining Microsoft in 1995, Dallas has served as general manager of the Windows Phone Division and product management director for Windows. Before joining Microsoft, Dallas worked for NVIDIA Corp. and National Semiconductor Corp. (now Texas Instruments Inc.) in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East in roles that included microprocessor design, systems engineering, product management and product unit management.
Dallas has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and business from Staffordshire University in England. In his free time, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three children.
Posted By Kevin DallasGeneral Manager
Today we announced the general availability of the Windows Embedded 8 family of products. You can read more about that announcement here.
I’ve been involved in a lot of launches at Microsoft over the years, but to me, this feels like something more. As the promise of a world of connected devices and the Internet of Things accelerates, enterprises have the unparalleled opportunity to capture, analyze and act on data throughout their organization with intelligent systems.
Windows Embedded 8 is set to be a catalyst for this acceleration, coupling the power of Windows 8 technologies on edge devices with the full software and services stack from Microsoft behind them. Now applications designed to work on a range of industry devices can deliver modern, rich experiences, while leveraging the power of technologies stretching all the way back to the cloud. Imagine the possibilities.
Caption: Video: Kevin Dallas talks with GigaOm’s Adam Lesser about new possibilities for the enterprise with Windows Embedded 8.
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