More connected electronic devices means more code. And more code means more bugs. And more bugs means more continuous integration and continuous deliver (CI/CD) is needed to keep devices up to date without impacting end user experience.
Laird Connectivity Partners with Memfault to Offer Device Observability Platform for Its Connected Low-Power Cellular and Bluetooth Product Line - NewsJuly 30, 2021
The integration of the Memfault SDK provides Laird Connectivity customers free access to the Memfault platform, which enables them to accelerate product development and easily monitor and update products after release.
Firmware testing is often performed in a vacuum, aka a perfect environment in a lab. When taken out to the real world, the product may or may not perform as expected due to a variety of factors.
Nordic Semiconductor announced it has partnered with Memfault, to enable developers using its nRF91, nRF53, and nRF52 Series low power cellular IoT and short range wireless solutions to access the ‘Memfault’ remote debugging and monitoring platform via its nRF Connect SDK.
Firmware engineers are acutely aware of the damage a buggy product can inflict – from customer inconvenience and reputational damage, to a bricked device when a firmware update flow is broken.