Our embedded systems specialists have extensive experience in many commercial projects. We are registered Yocto Participants and masters in Amazon Web Services integration, board bring-up and BSP development. If you are looking for a specific solution, be sure to check the catalogue above in which you will find technologies we are familiar with: programming languages, operating-systems and bootloaders, tools and libraries, hardware experience, reference and open source projects we contributed in.
Huge responsibilities of Validation Team in a project delivery process are something worth mentioning. One may say that the validation part of the successful product deployment is not as great as we claim, but we are not changing our minds. We focus on verification every, even the smallest project requirement and preparing detailed customer documentation and final reports. Check out our catalogue with many reference projects and technologies in which we have experience.
We’re hands-on firmware experts with years of experience writing elegant, scalable and custom code for clients. Our team of engineers brings broad and expansive UEFI, coreboot and hypervisors knowledge to the projects we take on. Do you want to be a part of the growing open source community and enable your platform with open solutions? Don’t waste any time and dive into firmware catalogue content with reference projects, technologies and many more!
Why should I flash my device?Many people use non-free boot firmware, even if they use GNU/Linux. Non-free BIOS/UEFI firmware is vulnerable, may contain backdoors and severe bugs. It can also be slow, and you are left helpless at the mercy of the developers. coreboot is fully free software, where anyone can contribute or inspect its code.
Regression testing is a concept of validation practice which brings the answer to one of the most frequently asked questions:Does the new revision of the product is working as expected?With regression testing, we can confirm, that a recent version of the hardware and/or embedded firmware has not adversely affected existing features.
SRTM (Static Root of Trust Measurement) is a technology which uses TPM (Trusted Platform Module) and cryptographic techniques to provide measurements of software and platform components so that system software as well as local and remote management applications may use those measurements to make trust decisions. It is used to protect BIOS, firmware and software from malicious attacks on a very low level. 3mdeb security engineers have enabled SRTM on numerous platforms as an open source implementation, and have a decent experience in its development.