Press Releases

Back to all News

Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE Announced

  • January 10, 2010 /
  • by Mikko Välimäki /
  • Windows CE /

Press Release
January 10, 2010

Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE Announced
Targets Especially In-vehicle Infotainment Systems

LAS VEGAS, UNITED STATES: Microsoft Windows CE has not supported the default Windows file system NTFS so far. The solution is here. Tuxera is the first company to develop an NTFS file system for Windows CE. The new product is offered to consumer electronics and car manufacturers who run Windows CE and need to communicate with Windows PCs or external hard disk drives.

Tuxera CTO Szabolcs Szakacsits comments: “Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE is our answer to the growing demand to support NTFS on embedded Windows systems. The new product is based on our widely deployed open source NTFS-3G driver developed during the last ten years. We are offering essentially the best reliability you can get.”

Tuxera CEO Mikko Välimäki adds: “When we were first asked about NTFS support for Windows CE, I can honestly say we were puzzled. This week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas we have become convinced that this was the right decision. There is an actual need, which we can solve today. I am thus happy to announce the market-leading Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE.”

For further information:

Mikko Välimäki, CEO
Tel. +358-50-598-0498
email: mikko at tuxera dot com

Szabolcs Szakacsits, CTO
Tel. +358-40-823-3360
email: szaka at tuxera dot com

About Tuxera. Tuxera offers NTFS and exFAT file system software that guarantee plug and play Windows interoperability. Building on the success of open source, Tuxera’s industry-standard NTFS solution has over 10 million installations. Tuxera was the first to implement reliable NTFS read/write support on Linux, Mac OS X, and other systems. Tuxera is also the first to offer exFAT for any system based on extensive collaboration with Microsoft including intellectual property and alliance agreements. Tuxera’s customers include leading software, semiconductor, and consumer electronics companies. Together we design the future of file system interoperability. See more from http://www.tuxera.com/