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Windows 10 IoT Core Services

Microsoft
Commercialize your project with enterprise-grade security and support
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Windows 10 IoT Core Services

Microsoft

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Commercialize your project with enterprise-grade security and support

Commercialize your project with enterprise-grade security and support

Windows 10 IoT Core Services is a new cloud services subscription that provides the essential services needed to commercialize a device on Windows 10 IoT Core, including control over device updates using Device Update Center, rights to commercialize with Device Health Attestation, and access to 10 years of support on Windows 10 IoT Core Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC).

Keep devices stable and secure with LTSC

Get 10 years of Windows OS support via the Windows Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC). Monthly quality updates maintain device security without feature updates - minimizing changes to the base operating system that could impact device stability. Microsoft typically offers new releases every two to three years, with each release supported over a 10-year lifecycle.

Manage device updates with Device Update Center

Create, customize, and control device updates using the same content distribution network that's used by millions of customers to manage Windows Updates. Update packages include operating system updates, device drivers, and OEM-specific applications and files, and can be flighted to test devices prior to broader distribution.

Elevate device security with Device Health Attestation

Evaluate the trustworthiness of a device at boot using Device Health Attestation (DHA). This Azure-based service evaluates device health and can be combined with a device management system, such as Azure IoT Device Management. Based on DHA report data, the device management system can take corrective actions such as re-imaging the device, denying network access, or creating a service ticket.

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