Softeq helped the client integrate WORM technology into their flash memory storage devices. The solution provides secure storage of confidential data.
The WORM-enabled SD card is built on the TrustedFlash™ platform with integrated digital rights management capabilities. The solution utilizes RSA 128/256 algorithm for public-key cryptography and supports the leading advanced encryption standards. The device has already been incorporated by Japanese police agencies.
TrustedFlash™: One-step System for Tamper-proof Data Acquisition and Archiving
A pioneer in Flash (NAND) technologies wanted to augment their product with the ability to safely store sensitive data like video from surveillance cameras, testimony in court, and cash records.Show Case Study
Softeq organized multiple test labs to help a provider of Flash memory solutions create an automated firmware testing environment.
Softeq delivered a testing service utilizing the Continuous Integration method. The service helps flash engineers verify the quality of their firmware early in the process, obtaining the results within one business day, so they can fine-tune the end-product before it goes live.
Enterprise Test Labs: Remote Quality Assessment for Faster High-performance Firmware Delivery
Softeq provided testing services to ensure the firmware developed for the client’s SSDs met the performance and reliability metrics necessary for their commercial release.Show Case Study
The client addressed Softeq to help them implement iBridge - a mass storage device that connects to Apple phones, tablets and PCs.
Softeq software and low-level programming engineers implemented the device functionality and developed an iOS app for device management. From the architecture perspective, the solution is part of firmware which leverages Apple’s proprietary iAP2 protocol over USB.
Mass Storage Device Implementation: a Flash Drive for Apple Devices and PCs
The client wanted to create a mass storage solution for Apple devices and PCs.Show Case Study
The client was looking for a partner to develop firmware for their flash memory storage products. The project turned into a 115-strong offshore development center.
Softeq participated in the development of an advanced encryption technology, Adaptive Flash Management algorithms, custom tools and frameworks for testing and diagnostics, device drivers, plugins and add-ins for IDEs. To ensure the developed firmware mets the performance requirements, we organized several turn-key Test Labs on our premises.
115-strong ODC: Flash Memory Firmware Competency Center
The collaboration began as a small outsourcing project and transformed into a full-fledged offshore development center with 115 seasoned embedded engineers.Show Case Study