Don’t be afraid to get help with the basics

Fifteen years ago, we used to say that getting an embedded Linux kernel and drivers successfully running on your target hardware got you about 10% of the way to your finished product. Now, thanks to OpenEmbedded and the Yocto project, you can do a lot better than that, but there are usually a few technical challenges along the way.

At Konsulko Group, we’ve seen many of these issues (often repeatedly) in the world of Yocto/OE, and we are often called upon by our clients for this “basic” work. If you are moving to new hardware or building the next generation of your device, we can help with your hardware bring-ups, “upreving” your software stacks, porting your unique OS work, determining if rearchitecting is necessary, and providing on-going maintenance.

Don’t hesitate to contact us, no matter how large or small your technical challenge. Chances are that our past two decades of experience can solve your problems very efficiently, so you can spend your time focussing on the things that make your product unique.

See you at the Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo

Automotive Linux Summit connects the developer community driving the innovation in automotive Linux together with the vendors and users providing and using the code in order to drive the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena. Once again this year, ALS will gather over 1,000 attendees from global companies leading and accelerating the development and adoption of a fully open software stack for the connected car.

Konsulko Group works closely with Automotive Grade Linux to support AGL development, releases and demos. If you are in Tokyo at ALS, please be sure to say hello to Scott Murray and Matt Ranostay from Konsulko, and don’t forget to congratulate AGL Executive Director Dan Cauchy as an ECD Top Embedded Innovator of 2018!

Konsulko Group sponsors TuxCon 2018

Konsulko Group was proud to be a Gold Sponsor of TuxCon 2018 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria on June 9th and 10th. TuxCon is an annual community event about free and open source software and hardware. It is organized by volunteers and free for all visitors. Twitter hashtag: #TuxCon.

Headquartered in California, Konsulko Group works with our customers throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Our European subsidiary, Konsulko Ltd is based in Sofia, Bulgaria.

If you are building a new product, we’d love to talk with you about engaging Konsulko’s engineering expertise and experience on your project. Or if you’re a software developer with a passion for Linux, please contact us about joining the Konsulko team.