AMI Entertainment Network is a leading developer of touch-screen games for the entertainment industry. To stay ahead of the competition, AMI wanted to redesign its flagship gaming device and lineup of games. To gain advanced connectivity and improve support for hardware and 3-D game development, AMI replaced its Embedded Linux operating system with Windows Embedded Standard 7. As a result, the company cut development time by 50 percent, and game operators have increased revenue. In addition, cloud-based services enhance the gaming experience and give game operators enterprise management capability and better business intelligence.