DMH Software develops technology and marketing relationships with partners for the benefit of our joint customers. These benefits include faster time to market as well as predictable performance and schedule.
Below is a partial list of DMH Software’s partners:
Netburner: Complete hardware and software embedded network solutions. Small core modules that can be integrated into customer end product. Eclipse IDE, Debugger, uC/OS RTOS, TCP/IP stack, C/C++ compiler and linker, flash file system and deployment tools. Embedded control.
Micrium's world-renowned real-time operating system, the Micrium C/OS-II and OS-III, is the company’s flagship product. It features the highest-quality source code available for today's embedded market. The industry's acceptance and praise for C/OS-II proves that Micrium's vision and strategy have successfully hit their target within embedded industry. Micrium delivers to the embedded marketplace a full portfolio of embedded software components that complement C/OS-II. A TCP/IP stack, USB stack, CAN stack, File System (FS), Graphical User Interface (GUI), as well as many other high quality embedded components are now available.
Beck IPC GmbH offers customers products and services for all aspects of industrial control and communication technology. The IPC@CHIP® platform solution, designed as a single chip computer, offers a very stable base for all industrial applications combining control and communication.
IAR Systems provides developers of embedded systems with world-leading software tools for developing competitive products based on 8-, 16-, and 32-bit processors. IAR Embedded Workbench Create fast and compact code in the powerful, world-leading compiler and debugger toolchain.
The Keil toolchain provides award winning world class tools for software development supporting a wide range of microcontrollers. From the newer ARM ARMv7-M and ARMv8-M Cortex based microcontroller devices to the established 8051, extended 805, C251 and C166 family of devices. Supporting the ARM Cortex-M family further, our MDK product line includes the essential middleware components along with the µVision IDE/Debugger, and ARM C/C++ Compilation tools. It's easy to learn and use yet powerful enough for the most demanding application.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI), is a world leader in High performance Signal Processing. ADI is semiconductor company specializing in data conversion and signal conditioning technology. The company manufactures analog, mixed-signal and digital signal processing (DSP) integrated circuits (ICs) used in electronic equipment. These technologies are used to convert, condition and process real-world phenomena, such as light, sound, temperature, motion, and pressure into electrical signals.
Imsys AB designs and supplies networked control solutions to OEMs in the market of Embedded Control, Telematics, Automation, and the Internet of Things, especially where high-level language programming (Java/C) and energy efficiency is desired. Imsys’ modules are complete with firmware, allowing customers to concentrate on specific application, minimizing risk and time to market.
EBSnet: Portable stacks and RTOS for embedded realtime systems. TCP/IP IPv4/IPv6, RTOS, and file system solutions.
IntervalZero: Ardence's Phar Lap ETS is the optimal real-time solution for devices based on the Intel x86 architecture. ETS delivers ease of use and predictable performance, combined with unmatched dependability. ETS is proven in thousands of demanding environments, such as: multi-media streaming solutions, sub-micron scanning systems, ocean vessel location systems and RFID products.
QNX: Middleware, development tools, realtime operating system software and services for superior embedded design
Datalight: Products offer the embedded developer increased reliability, flexibility and confidence. Features: OS portability, file system reliability and intelligent flash memory utilization.
Maxim-Dallas, TINI: Communications and networking controllers. Maxim offers a broad array of products for both electrical and optical data communications, including laser drivers, SONET clock generators, high-speed buffers and switches, and powerline networking.