Memfault has joined the ModusToolbox ecosystem from Infineon Technologies to help developers boost the reliability of devices in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Memfault is joining via the ModusToolbox & Friends programme, which adds its code monitoring software to the Infineon products, including the PSoC 6 series, which is specialized for secure, low-power feature-rich IoT products.
This simplifies the integration and deployment of agents to provide diagnostics and alerts in devices in the field through with drop-in integration support that requires just minutes for setup. Users receive up to 100 devices free of charge. Documentation and support includes the PSoC 62 microcontroller on the CY8CKIT-062S2-43012 development board.
This gives OEMs building products on Infineon devices access to Memfault’s collaborative platform to ship products faster and fix problems more quickly with in-field maintenance capabilities. Using Memfault through the MOdusTookbox, support, operations, and product staff get remote visibility into embedded device metrics and performance. Engineers also gain debugging information remotely without user interaction or going on-site and release managers can orchestrate complex over-the-air (OTA) updating of firmware in an organized and controlled manner.
“Combining Infineon’s Microcontroller and Connectivity portfolio and Memfault’s strength in reliability engineering for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE, connected devices, as well as its customers in complementary verticals like wearables, smart home and building, medical devices, and IIoT made it an easy choice to partner,” said Danny Watson, Director Software Product Management, Infineon. “Together, Infineon and Memfault will equip today’s developers with critical tools to build the devices of tomorrow.”
“With ModusToolbox, Infineon has built a sophisticated platform which lays the ground for a vibrant ecosystem to develop,” said François Baldassari, CEO of Memfault. “We are thrilled to join the ModuxToolbox™ & Friends development program to help grow this ecosystem and give Infineon customers access to our cloud-first IoT reliability platform.”
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