Promwad– leading independent design house (IDH) in Eastern Europe – offers its multiyear experience in bespoke development of industrial, network and multimedia equipment using processors by Freescale.
Our engineering team has a wealth of experience in developing of industrial communication controllers based on multicore PowerPC processors from Freescale QorIQ family.
Promwad’s engineers can help you to solve many challenging tasks around QorIQ processors:
- Multicore architecture design and software partitioning
- Asymmetric multiprocessing (ASMP) enablement for target system
- RTEMS operating system enablement for realtime tasks
- Specialized ASF (Application Specific Fastpath) applications for high-throughput network packet processing
- Precise time protocol IEEE 1588v2 support
- VoIP and SIP applications development for Freescale’s TDM interface
- Large data parallel processing to NAND array (interleaving NAND) controlled by NAND Flash Control Machine (FCM)
The i.MX 6 series ARM-based processors by Freescale gained a lot of popularity in specialized multimedia devices. Vast multimedia interfaces, hardware accelerated H.264 codec functionality, support of advanced 3D graphics via OpenGL ES and advanced multicore ARM Сortex-A9 processor architecture brings to electronics engineers a wide range of capabilities for customized embedded system design. Pin-compatibility between single, dual and quad-core I.MX6 offerings gives engineer a unique flexibility to performance requirements implied by the customer.
Promwad’s engineering team has broad experience in HMI development for industrial automation and automotive infotainment systems. We can help you to solve many challenging tasks around I.MX6 processors:
- Fast prototyping on popular development kits such as Wandboard and SABRE Lite i.mx6
- Embedded Linux and Android porting to target I.MX6 hardware
- Development of sophisticated GUIs by using QT graphical library and QML declarative language
- Development of specialized multimedia applications by using GStreamer framework and hardware acceleration of I.MX6 Video Processing Unit (VPU)