com Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, a provider of telecomms network solutions, unveiled at the 2008 Windows Hardware Engineering Conference in Beijing, China, its new portfolio of mobile broadband solutions that are Windows 7 compatible.
What does WINHEC stand for?
WINHEC stands for Windows Hardware Engineering Conference
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Web Interactive Network of Government Services
- Willing Inmates of Nevada Gaining Sobriety
- Wireless Internet Gateway System
- Women in Need Growing Stronger (Palatine, Illinois)
- Women in Need of Greater Strength (for Life South Florida)
- Women Investigating New Goals and Services
- Women's International News Gathering Service (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Working to Inspire and Nurture Girls for Success
- Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support
- Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support - Community Foundations
- World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium
- World Institute of Natural Health Sciences
- Weekend Immersion in Nursing Informatics
- Wenn Ich Nicht Irre (German: If I Am Not Mistaken)
- Women in Need Industries (Portland, ME)
- Windows Internet Protocol Configuration (Microsoft utility)
- CDS/ISIS for Windows (database software developed by UNESCO)
- World Independent Networks Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
- Windows Joint Instructional Input Program
- Windows Version of the Joint Munitions Effects Manual
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Information on the product will be released at two Microsoft conferences, the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) and the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in late October.
Option is currently demonstrating the support of Windows 7 for its products at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) being held in Los Angeles.
At the WinHec Windows Hardware Engineering Conference being held this week in Los Angeles, Brian Valentine, Microsoft vice president of the Windows Operating Systems Division, suggested that the source code for the forthcoming Windows 2000 operating system, once called NT 5.