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Kernel and Driver Development Services

Linux. Windows. macOS. Android.
What we do
What’s included

What we do

Development for embedded systems is our major focus. We do kernel-level programming for embedded solutions and provide driver development services. Drivers we develop interface with printers, digital cameras, keyboards, computer storage devices, network cards, and other devices. Our team will also help you modify or port your existing device drivers to another operating system or hardware platform.


What's included?

With our deep understanding of hardware design and how drivers interact with the operating system or kernel, we write or modify kernel modules and user-space drivers that handle custom devices for a number of operating systems including Linux, Windows, macOS, and Android. We support all types of peripheral devices and bus technologies and build drivers that are seamlessly adopted by the OS.

Linux kernel and driver development

For devices that run in Linux environments, we build device drivers as kernel modules or as user-space drivers. This depends on the level of access to hardware functions for a given application. We write Linux drivers in C programming language.

Embedded Linux development

Development for some embedded devices used in consumer electronics, medical, industrial or auto industries entails adaptation of the Linux kernel to a particular embedded environment. We handle Linux embedded development including custom peripheral integration.

Android driver development

We create custom drivers that allow your various hardware profiles (GPS, Human Input Devices (HID), sensors) to communicate directly with Android APIs. We work with Android-based smart devices and Internet of Things gadgets, and Android Things connected devices.

Windows driver development

We implement virtual and peripheral drivers for Windows as well as develop system services. Our team builds kernel-mode drivers using the Windows Driver Kit (WDK) and C language, and user-mode drivers using C++.

macOS driver development

For Apple's macOS we implement drivers for USB ports, printers, audio devices, web cameras, file systems, and other applications. We use the I/O Kit, Apple's driver-development framework, to create in-kernel or application-level drivers.


Check out our recent case study

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A Virtual Camera Driver for Using One Webcam in Multiple Applications Simultaneously

The virtual camera is similar to ManyCam. It allows people to use their webcams on various applications whilst simultaneously live streaming or using video chat.

We've helped more than 40 companies and individuals build solutions used by millions of people

How we work

Check out the table below to learn more about how we work and where your involvement is most needed depending on the type of collaboration model.

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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

YOU

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ENGINEERING

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DEVELOPMENT

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TESTING

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DRIVER CERTIFICATION

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DELIVERY MANAGEMENT

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Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of kernel and driver development.

Do I need a driver for my device?

Driver development is needed when you want the operating system to access some features of your device or when your device works with some non-standard periphery that isn't supported by a given operating system. Most non-generic hardware doesn't have pre-loaded drivers, and its manufacturers need to develop drivers for every operating system as well as update drivers whenever they add a new feature or launch a new device version.

What do I need to provide for driver development?

We need you to send us a datasheet that summarizes the technical characteristics and performance of your device, a device diagram, the device itself, and a diagram of protocols that we need to implement. In other words, we need you to give us technical requirements. If you don't have them, we can prepare all the needed documentation and then develop the driver for you.

What types of drivers do you build?

  • Kernel-mode drivers
  • User-mode drivers
  • Virtual device drivers

Can you write a new module for the operating system?

Sure! We provide embedded Linux development services and can help you customize Linux distros, optimize Linux performance and integrate peripherals. We also develop modules for macOS, Windows, and Android.