Our macOS driver development services include peripheral integration including kernel-level driver development, virtual driver development, and implementation of daemons and other low-level system services for macOS.
With our professional knowledge of Apple’s operating systems and kernel architecture, we write effective kernel-level code that interacts with hardware devices. By building kernel extensions (KEXT) we extend the functionality of the macOS kernel. Our services of device driver development for macOS comprise USB, networking, storage, audio, and wireless devices.
Using virtual drivers you can back up a hardware device to your hard drive in the form of a disk image and then use it as if you inserted a real device to your computer. We can help you create virtual drivers for macOS for your project.
For tasks that don’t require user interaction, we build daemons and system services that run in the background. For example, a daemon for a web server will run continuously waiting to process HTTP requests, while a daemon for monitoring network activity will listen continuously and log any suspicious communication.