Nucleodyne Systems: Heart Enablers of Embedded Systems Market
Date: Wednesday , November 02, 2011
Nucleodyne was founded in 2003 by Kallol Biswas, an alumni of IIT Kharagpur. The company provides embedded and enterprise customers with the services of domain experts in developing low level system software such as BSP code, IO, Storage and networking protocol related drivers for the different and diverse operating system environments. The company provides a one stop shop capability to its customers by providing end-to-end services including microprocessor core modifications, ASIC/VLSI/FPGA development, System board development, BSP/System init code development, low level device driver development, kernel level driver development as well as system oriented application development.
Nucleodyne prides itself as a ‘pseudo products’ company wherein it develops software platforms to enable applications in emerging domain areas. It provides customization services to adapt the platform to specific application environments thus providing a time to market advantage, cost savings and product differentiation. Ever since its inception the company has operated in close association with professors from IIT Kharagpur, (subject matter experts), to fund teams that are creating core software platforms that can be leveraged to provide specific services. The major strength of the company is its talent pool, a pool that consists of senior subject matter experts from top academic institutions, R&D labs and large corporations in the U.S. These domain experts, coupled with advisors, have the expertise to design processor cores, computer system boards, OS ports, driver development and BSP services for different OS environments like Unix, Linux, Windows, HP-UX, and real-time embedded system like vxWorks, LynxOS, QNX and more, thus helping the company to deliver world class solutions to their customers. Currently Nucleodyne prides itself in engaging with some of the Fortune 100 customers like HP, EMC, Emulex and well known Defense companies.