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The Year in Review

2018 has been a very important year for Konsulko Group.

We are privileged to work with outstanding customers, helping them build the software for exciting and essential devices and vehicles. From Level 5 autonomous taxis and open source automotive platforms to innovative consumer devices, from lifesaving medical devices and advanced robotic surgery tools to the high-end networking equipment that powers the Internet, these are all products that impact and even shape our lives, now and into the future.

In addition to our commercial activity, we continued our community work in key open source projects, including the Linux kernel, Yocto Project, OpenEmbedded and Automotive Grade Linux, and participated at open source conferences around the world, like FOSDEM, ELC/ELCE, FOSSASIA, TuxCon and OpenFest.

We accelerated our work with Automotive Grade Linux and the Linux Foundation, supporting AGL development, demos and member meetings in North America, Europe and Japan, as well as presenting multiple technical talks at all four Embedded Linux Conferences, developing the AGL Deep Dive workshop and providing expert training, both as a Linux Foundation Authorized Training Partner and via the Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer program found at leading conferences (e-ale.org).

Finally, we continued to grow our company, welcoming new engineers, increasing the size of our European development center in Bulgaria and opening a new branch in Sweden.

Hopefully, 2018 has been merely a prelude to great things coming in 2019. We look forward to working with all of you in the coming year.

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.

Konsulko Group expands open source security practice with launch of European subsidiary in Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia, Bulgaria – October 23, 2017 – Konsulko Group, a California-based open source software services company, announced today that it has completed the formation of a European subsidiary, Konsulko Ltd, based in Sofia.

“With decades of experience, Konsulko provides expert community and commercial embedded Linux and open source software development worldwide. Our engineers in Sofia have been an important part of our team for the last three years. Finalizing our subsidiary there will allow us to grow more rapidly”, said Konsulko CEO, Pete Popov.

“Security continues to be a growing business for us”, said Matt Porter, CTO, “With our substantial security expertise in Sofia, we’ll be able to further help our customers protect their connected devices from the growing threats of security breaches.”

The new subsidiary is fully operational with offices centrally located in Sofia. Konsulko Ltd. engineers are engaged in major projects with key Konsulko clients in Europe and the USA.

About Konsulko Group

Konsulko helps companies around the world develop successful products, offering consulting, product engineering, support and capability building at every stage of engagement. In addition to open source security, Konsulko engineers have been recognized for their contributions to Automotive Grade Linux and the GENIVI Alliance, and have been active participants in both the OpenEmbedded and Yocto open source projects for many years.