Quantum Leaps' Ecosystem
Over the years we have cultivated an ecosystem of partners that complement our products and services, always with the benefit of the embedded software developer in mind. We take pride in parntering with some of the most innovative and future-oriented companies in the embedded industry.
Training and Technology Partners
Barr Group (formerly Netrino) specializes in firmware process and architecture consulting and training. The company helps the makers of embedded software reduce bugs, complete firmware development on schedule, and increase product safety and reliability. Barr Group has been one of the earliest adopters of the lightweight QP™ state machine frameworks.
Embedded Tools Vendors
IAR Systems provides development tools for embedded systems. The IAR product portfolio includes C/C++ compilers and debuggers for most popular 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers from many different chip manufacturers.
Sourcery CodeBench (now product of Mentor Graphics) for ARM is a complete software development environment based on the GNU Toolchain for ARM and Eclipse. It is the leading choice of software engineers, operating system vendors, semiconductor companies, and device manufacturers.
Embedded Microcontrollers Vendors
Quantum Leaps is a member of the ARM Connected Community with demonstrated expertise in programming ARM Cortex-M and ARM7/ARM9 processors. We offer QP Development Kits (QDKs) for the ARM Cortex-M0/M3 processors as well as the traditional ARM7/ARM9 processors (ARM/THUMB microcontrollers). We have also written some of the most popular articles about programming ARM-based microcontrollers.
Quantum Leaps offers QP Development Kits (QDKs) for the whole Texas Instruments portfolio of microcontroller families, ranging from the MSP430 family, through TMS320C28x and TMS320C55x families, to ARM Cortex-M3-based Stellaris family.
Quantum Leaps is a the Renesas Alliance Partner with demonstrated expertise in programming Renesas processors. We offer QP Development Kits (QDKs) for the RX family, the M16C/R8C/M32C family, as well as QDKs for the H8 family.
Last updated: March 31, 2012