Embedded Centric team has extensive experience in developing ultra-low power firmware for wireless devices and for a variety of embedded devices. We can also help redesign or debug issues with your existing firmware for performance tuning – latency, boot-time, throughput or power and memory footprint optimization.
For small to medium microcontroller-based embedded devices, we can provide embedded firmware development solutions based on C/C++ and processor specific Assembly. For ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers we can also offer Zephyr, FreeRTOS or Mbed-OS based solutions. At the other end of the spectrum, for embedded systems built on richer platforms (ARM- A profile, Zynq SoC, etc.. ), standard embedded operating systems such as Linux are tailored to meet your system exact needs and constraints, whether its hard real-time performance, optimized memory footprint, reduced power consumption, or making the most of minimal I/O resources.
We have a breadth of knowledge across many SoCs and chip sets from 64-bit ARM Cortex A57 to 8-bit MCUs. Our experience working with resource constrained devices would be utilized to obtain the most optimal solution for your project.
We offer end-to-end support for firmware development. We start out with identifying the product specifications and end with testing for quality and environment.