Windows Embedded licensing is designed specifically for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and allows them to use Microsoft products on their proprietary devices in dedicated scenarios. With comprehensive features, easy-to-use tools, free evaluation kits and access to a large network of community support, Windows Embedded helps yield faster time-to-market and decreased development costs.
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Bing Maps has a range of different plans available to meet your mapping needs. The information below provides an overview of the licensing options available.
Formerly known as OEM System Builder, the OEM Distribution & Reseller (ODR) Program allows OEMS to acquire, distribute and pre-install genuine Microsoft software. This guide on the newly renamed ODR program will provide you with the information you’ll need to successfully understand and manage Microsoft ODR software licenses.
A specialized licensing program with specific eligibility requirements for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who use Microsoft software products along with their own proprietary software to provide a unified solution to their end users.
Open License program (OLP) is a good volume licensing option if you are a corporate, academic, charitable, or government organization that wants to pay as you go. Because you pay for licenses as you need them, you get maximum flexibility to grow with your organization's increasing and changing business needs.
With the Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA), an organization can license Microsoft licensed products on a monthly subscription basis, during a three-year agreement term, and use these products to provide software services and hosted applications to its customers.