Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Collaboration Price List and Product Terms Update Summary Communication

Created Date: 2019-08-30 |  Last Modified: 2020-04-16

Applies To: Select Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Collaboration Partners

Details

This table shows the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Collaboration Price List and Product Terms, which are for Collaboration devices for Selected OEMs originally released March 1, 2019.

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Posting and Effective Dates
Changes presented for Select Collaboration OEMs
November 8, 2019
(Effective January 1, 2020)

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The Price List and Product Terms Document for Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration has been updated as follows:

  • Changes Specific to Collaboration Products under Additional Term 2111- Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Product Requirements for Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices, has been updated to add additional flexibility for Distributing the Collaboration Product without a CPA. This is only for cases where a device is being manufactured on behalf of another Partner that has a valid CPA. For example: Device Manufacturer A builds a compute node on behalf of Device Manufacturer B, who is marketing a branded Microsoft Teams Room device. Device Manufacturer A may install the Product and distribute the device to Manufacturer B. The device may be branded as Device Manufacturer A or Device Manufacturer B (or both) if desired.

 

  • Changes Specific to general IoT Product ATs which are included in the terms for the Collaboration Products.

    As IoT platforms continue to evolve, containers serve as a common deployment method for applications independent from Azure IoT Edge. As a result, we have updated our license terms to allow containers on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core, removing the restriction that required Azure IoT Edge to instantiate the container.

    Removed AT 2024, Windows Containers Requirements.

    Updated AT 8005, Codec licensing changes.

September 1, 2019
(Effective January 1, 2019)

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The Price List and Product Terms Document for Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration has been updated as follows:

Volume Tiers have been removed and a single flat rate Product Fee will be utilized going forward, per a previous communication sent by Microsoft to OEMs.

The following ATs have been removed as not applicable to Microsoft Team Rooms devices: AT 2003, 2004, 2008 and 2016.

AT 2111- Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Product Requirements for Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices has been updated with the following changes: 

  • Updated certification agreement references.
  • Clarified definition of a Microsoft Teams Rooms collaboration device. Clarified Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) Servicing and OPK timing.
  • Clarified distribution terms for Microsoft Teams Rooms for clarity on certifications.

A new AT 6012 Product Fee Calculation for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Collaboration has been added. AT 6007 Royalty Product Fee Calculation for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise has been removed.

September 1, 2019
(Effective March 1, 2019-Historical Reference)

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A new Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Price List and Product Terms Document is made available to Select OEMs.

November 8, 2019
(Effective January 1, 2020)

Clean | Redline

The Price List and Product Terms Document for Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration has been updated as follows:

  • Changes Specific to Collaboration Products under Additional Term 2111- Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Product Requirements for Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices, has been updated to add additional flexibility for Distributing the Collaboration Product without a CPA. This is only for cases where a device is being manufactured on behalf of another Partner that has a valid CPA. For example: Device Manufacturer A builds a compute node on behalf of Device Manufacturer B, who is marketing a branded Microsoft Teams Room device. Device Manufacturer A may install the Product and distribute the device to Manufacturer B. The device may be branded as Device Manufacturer A or Device Manufacturer B (or both) if desired.

 

  • Changes Specific to general IoT Product ATs which are included in the terms for the Collaboration Products.

    As IoT platforms continue to evolve, containers serve as a common deployment method for applications independent from Azure IoT Edge. As a result, we have updated our license terms to allow containers on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and Windows IoT Core, removing the restriction that required Azure IoT Edge to instantiate the container.

    Removed AT 2024, Windows Containers Requirements.

    Updated AT 8005, Codec licensing changes.

September 1, 2019
(Effective January 1, 2019)

Clean | Redline

The Price List and Product Terms Document for Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration has been updated as follows:

Volume Tiers have been removed and a single flat rate Product Fee will be utilized going forward, per a previous communication sent by Microsoft to OEMs.

The following ATs have been removed as not applicable to Microsoft Team Rooms devices: AT 2003, 2004, 2008 and 2016.

AT 2111- Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Product Requirements for Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices has been updated with the following changes: 

  • Updated certification agreement references.
  • Clarified definition of a Microsoft Teams Rooms collaboration device. Clarified Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) Servicing and OPK timing.
  • Clarified distribution terms for Microsoft Teams Rooms for clarity on certifications.

A new AT 6012 Product Fee Calculation for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Collaboration has been added. AT 6007 Royalty Product Fee Calculation for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise has been removed.

September 1, 2019
(Effective March 1, 2019-Historical Reference)

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A new Windows 10 IoT for Collaboration Price List and Product Terms Document is made available to Select OEMs.