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Best in Show Nominee: Memfault's IoT Reliability Platform - Product

March 09, 2023

Memfault’s IoT reliability platform accelerates go-to-market, derisks product launch, and cuts product costs. Memfault offers device reliability engineering tools (DREs) so developers can solve operational challenges via fleet observability, remote debugging, and smart firmware over-the-air (OTA) management. Memfault’s platform provides product, engineering, and support teams with deep insights into embedded device performance, irrespective of the hardware.


Partnership Amongst Infineon and Memfault Progresses IoT Development - News

November 22, 2022

Munich, Germany. Memfault and Infineon collaborated to increase the efficiency of designers using Infineon products with the ModusToolbox ecosystem by way of the ModusToolbox & Friends initiative. Included is an Infineon ARM-based microprocessor solution with stout and product-ready partner software, such as the PSoC 6 series.


Memfault Chosen for 5G Open Innovation Lab - News

March 16, 2022

Connected device observability and diagnostics platform provider Memfault was selected to participate in the 5G Open Innovation Lab (5GOIL or 5G OI Lab). Memfault joins 11 other multistage startups participating in the fifth batch of the 12-week program.


Memfault Expands IoT Device Observability Platform with Update of Android OS SDK - News

February 17, 2022

Memfault announced expansion of their Android Operating System (OS) offering with the release of their Android SDK 4.0, adding new monitoring and over-the-air (OTA) update features.

Debug & Test

Traditional Development Processes Aren't Enough When Developing IoT Devices - Blog

December 28, 2021

You can’t avoid bugs in connected devices. Good firmware engineers acknowledge that end-users will eventually stumble across a bug no matter how rigorous the testing. When experienced by a critical mass of users, determining the root cause can be fairly straightforward. When the bug is rare or a one-off and can’t easily be reproduced at an engineer’s desk, finding the source is time-intensive and complex.


Silicon Labs and Memfault Partner to Improve IoT Development and Operations with Embedded Observability and Debugging in the Cloud - News

December 17, 2021

 Silicon Labs and Memfault announced their partnership integrating enhanced development and operations management tools with Silicon Labs’ EFR32 and EFM32 devices.