Aricent is the world’s #1 pure-play product engineering services firm. The company has 25 years experience co-creating ambitious products with the top networking, telecom, software, semiconductor, Internet and industrial companies. The firm's 11,000-plus engineers focus exclusively on software-powered innovation for the connected world. Key investors are KKR & Co. LP and Sequoia Capital.
Bootlin is an engineering company specializing in embedded Linux as well as free and open Source software for embedded systems. The company has been upstreaming Linux kernel support for ARMADA 370, XP, 375, 38x, 39x and the newer ARM64 platforms Armada 3700, 7K and 8K. Bootlin has also been working with Marvell to upstream Linux kernel support for Marvell Berlin processors.
Comm-IT is a software and systems development house that provides advanced IT communications services and solutions. Comm-IT translates the requirements and needs of its customers into technological solutions of the highest quality, in full transparency, and in strict compliance with the project’s schedule and budget.
DENX Software Engineering provides software engineering services for embedded and real-time systems. The company develops, tailors, and installs base software for embedded systems and provides solutions such as graphical user interfaces, performance optimization, security concepts or tools for automatic software updates.
eInfochips is a partner of choice for Fortune 500 companies for product innovation and hi-tech engineering consulting. eInfochips offers a complete product development solution on various Marvell processor platforms including the Kirkwood and Armada 385 platform. The long-standing partnership with Marvell and multiple product development experiences on Marvell processors give an edge to eInfochips developing innovative products.
Lauterbach is the leading manufacturer of modular and upgradeable microprocessor development tools worldwide. At the headquarters in Hoehenkirchen, near Munich, the engineering team develops and produces highly proficient and specialized Development Tools, which are utilized all over the world under the brand TRACE32®.
Mayosys Solutions has been working with Marvell since 2011 involved closely in design, development and support of storage products as well as development on platforms such as Marvell ARMADA 385. Mayosys brings deep expertise in low-level embedded systems software development including U-BOOT, board-bringup, Linux, FreeBSD, and building solutions in different areas including computer wireless networking and storage systems.
With broad portfolio of technologies and standards at the heart of fixed-mobile convergence including IPv6, IMS, RCS, and MMTEL, Media5 products and technologies are deployed in millions of broadband connected devices including smartphones, set-top boxes, and a wide variety of telecommunications equipment and applications.
MontaVista is a leader in embedded Linux commercialization. For over 15 years, MontaVista has been helping embedded developers get the most out of open source by offering commercial quality, proven tools, hardware enablement, expert support, and access to resources of the MontaVista development community. MontaVista is working closely with Marvell to enable our flagship Carrier Grade Linux, CGE7 on ARMADA application processing family to meet the needs of network equipment and telecom suppliers globally.
Redvue Systems has worked with Marvell since 2010 to use the A370 and now the A385 platforms to create products. Redvue Systems wrote a virtualizing layer of software on the Marvell Linux platform to solve the typical server setup and maintenance problem that small businesses will face.
Sartura is able to cover software development services from the bootloader and operating system support all the way to the application level. A testament to this is visible in the Open Source community where we are active contributors in OpenWrt and U-Boot projects. This includes platforms such as Marvell ARMADA and Kirkwood SoC.
Semihalf creates software for advanced solutions in the areas of platform infrastructure (operating systems, bootloaders), virtualization, networking and storage. We make software tightly coupled with the underlying hardware to achieve maximum system capacity. Our expertise for Marvell processors includes development of FreeBSD, Linux, U-Boot, UEFI on Kirkwood, Armada, Avanta families.
StreamUnlimited provides design, development and integration services to its customers. Basically, the customer has the idea, StreamUnimited makes it reality. The company also has a long history and wide range of experience with Marvell products and embedded processors as well as with most of the Wi-Fi and BT chipsets.
SUSE®, a pioneer in open source software, provides reliable, interoperable Linux and cloud infrastructure solutions that help enterprises increase agility, manage complexity, and reduce cost. More than 20 years of engineering excellence and exceptional service allow us to adapt and deliver the smarter innovation customers need to succeed—today and tomorrow.
Timesys provides embedded Linux solutions that include tools to customize embedded Linux distributions, an embedded software repository, easy-to-use development tools, support for various build systems including Yocto Project, professional services and customized training to embedded developers targeting Linux as their go-to-market platform.
Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in security software, strives to make the world safe for exchanging digital information. Our solutions for consumers, businesses and governments provide layered data security to protect information on mobile devices, endpoints, gateways, servers and the cloud. All of our solutions are powered by cloud-based global threat intelligence, the Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™ infrastructure, and are supported by more than 1,200 threat experts around the globe.
Volansys provides high-quality solutions and services from initial concept stage to prototyping. The company has expertise with the ARMADA 385 that includes custom product designs and application software. With a generic ARMADA 385 Linux Kernel image to measure the SOC’s performance and all of its interfaces, Volansys is ready to provide any required support on ARMADA 385.
Wind River has been pioneering computing inside embedded devices since 1981, and its technology is found in nearly 2 billion products. The company has enabled products in Marvell’s PXA and ARMADA application processor families for many years with market leading RTOS, VxWorks and commercially supported Wind River Linux in a range of storage and networking applications.