While application developers don’t have access of good software tools, the task of designing and implementing device drivers becomes time-consuming and prone to errors. Developing device drivers for a highly integrated microcontroller can be daunting, partly due to the sheer complexity of device and also due to other difficulties.
Radix owns many years of experience in software development, advanced production design and research. We have good co-operation with great companies to develop customize system device drivers. Our company has a mature, enthusiastic and efficient team to manage several activities like system recovery, data backup, network storage, etc.
Writing a robust device driver requires a great deal of expertise and precise understanding of how drivers are supposed to interact with the operating system or kernel. Our developers have extensive experience developing drivers for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. We develop drivers for sphere of networking to security to advanced storage access. Some of these solutions are deployed in major corporations.
We develop device drivers for Unix, Linux, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP and Windows Vista. Radix team of developers also builds next generation drivers using complex architecture of Win9X, Win 2000, Windows Vista and Win NT/XP/ME operating systems. Radix has knowledge and experience of all above architectures. Moreover, in many projects, we have created drivers using all latest system device drivers programming.
- Audio Driver base on Intel Chipset
- Driver for a custom PCI serial I/O card for equipment
- Network Device Drivers on Windows Vista/XP/NT/2K/Me/CE.
- Storage Device Drivers on Windows/Windows CE.
- PCI/USB Wireless LAN device drivers on Windows
- USB Device Drivers on Windows Vista/XP/NT/2K/ Windows CE.
- 64 Bit Drivers & 16 Bit – 32 Bit Driver Migration
Using Kernel level programming, we develop high tech device drivers for embedded solutions. The technology allows us to make low level hardware drivers for small devices based on Win32, Win64, Win CE and embedded platform. Some of these drivers have been used for interfacing peripherals like Mouse, Network Connectivity, Camera, Pointing Device, Keyboard, USB (keyboard and mouse) and PCMCIA cards.