Linux Device Driver Development
After working for over 20 years SaM Solutions has established itself as a professional partner in providing one-stop high-quality firmware for various smart hardware appliances. Our programmers are experts in writing Linux device drivers. They are equipped with top-of-the-line tools and skills to provide efficient and cost-effective solutions for businesses of any size: from startups to multinational companies.
The market of smart appliances empowered by Linux or Android OS is rapidly growing. However, embedded software is also extremely segmented with nearly every manufacturer aiming to create a unique interface, firmware and set of applications for their hardware solution, be it a satellite receiver, a car multimedia system or a CNC-controlled laser cutter. The diversity of hardware platforms requires equally an diversified approach to creating firmware which will be effective in terms of price and time of the development.
SaM Solutions enables hardware manufacturers to rely on customized firmware for their products and to leverage our 20 years of experience in Linux device driver development services working on a comprehensive portfolio of projects and a wide range of appliances and platforms:
- Network appliances (NAS, routers, Enterprise and SOHO servers)
- Consumer electronics (e-books, set-top boxes, GPS navigation systems, media boxes)
- Smartphones and tablets
- Industrial equipment
- Experimental and scientific equipment
- Self-service (payment) terminals
While it may be very expensive and hard to hire Linux device driver developers, due to varied specialities in this business, nearshoring is a solution that helped many of our clients. The development processes being very flexible, are easily integrated into the existing projects or serving as a dedicated team for Linux device driver programming services.
Development of a prototype of a Smart House management system.
SaM Solutions created a prototype of an efficient and user-friendly interface, with the ability to make additions and / or changes quickly. SaM team used the Qt library to develop quick and easy, scalable, cross-platform interface.