Friday, March 19, 2010

Embedded System Testing (Software & Hardware)

Embedded systems is gaining importance with increasing adoption of 16 and 32-bit processors across a wide variety of electronic products. As consumer expectation from these systems grow, manufacturers are challenged with the following factors before testing this to perfect for market release:

  • Real time responses
  • Separate host (target) systems from development environments
  • Lack of standardization in deployment architectures
  • Lack of established interfaces to systems under testing
  • Stringent Fail-Safe requirements
  • Extremely high cost of isolating and fixing defects

Calsoft Labs provides end-to-end testing services for embedded software & hardware across a gadgets/devices, Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS), development platforms, and programming languages. Our services include embedded software & hardware testing strategy and code-level testing, as well as coverage analysis, functional testing, stress testing, code review, debugging, and code maintenance.

Calsoft labs’ well defined Testing Services practice covering the entire spectrum from semiconductor, firmware, middleware/ protocols and system & application level testing. Our robust test automation framework is suitable to address testing challenges for the embedded systems of industries like Networking, Communications, Storage, Consumer Electronics & Multimedia, Industrial Automation, Computer Hardware & Peripherals and Automotive Electronics.

The testing services spectrum covers entire value chain including:

  • System Level Testing
  • Application Testing
  • Middleware Testing
  • BSP & Driver testing
  • Embedded Hardware Design

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Calsoft Labs provides end-to-end testing professional services for embedded software & hardware all over a gadgets/devices, Actual Time Operational Systems (RTOS), development systems, and additionally programming dialects. Our services contain embedded software & hardware testing approach and code-level testing, along with coverage researching, functional testing, stress testing, code article, debugging, and code upkeep.

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