AMI Entertainment Network, a leading developer of touch-screen games for the entertainment industry, wanted to stay ahead of the competition with advanced connectivity and improved support for hardware and 3-D game developments. AMI replaced its Embedded Linux operating system with Windows Embedded Standard 7, implementing cloud-based services to enhance the gaming experience and give game operators enterprise management capability and better business. The solution allowed AMI to cut development time by 50 percent, and enabled game operators to increase revenue.
AMI Entertainment, a leading developer of touch-screen games for the entertainment industry, aimed to beat the competition to market and grow the 3-D touch-screen gaming business across more than 125,000 bars, restaurants and retailers worldwide.
AMI replaced its Linux-based flagship device and line of games with new, socially connected touch-screen games powered by Windows Embedded Standard 7.
AMI created a compelling user experience with cloud connections to Facebook, news, music and video. The solution provides streamlined, end-to-end management of data and devices, creating a 15-percent increase in revenue, and a 50-percent shorter development time over Linux.
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