Many businesses are relying on Lanedo for professional support of their network drivers and modem stacks. Today a number of our clients are using our services to help them provide 3G/4G technologies and more to their clients. This may include hardware enablement in the Linux kernel or improvements elsewhere in the stack.
Connectivity between devices is a usually a key requirement in every Linux based setup. Whether it’s in an embedded device, a desktop, or a server and especially in mobile systems, being able to connect to other systems is a fundamental feature that should be managed properly. Lanedo provides support and development in every networking aspect should your company require:
- New hardware enablement in the Linux kernel.
- Custom connectivity setups.
- Improvement of existing user-space software.
- Tailored connection managers and networking software.
Lanedo is a proud contributor to lots of networking projects in the free and open software ecosystem:
- Chromium OS, the operating system being built by Google, for which we developed the 3G/4G mobile broadband stack.
- NetworkManager & ModemManager, the default networking suite in most distributions (Debian, Fedora, RHEL, Ubuntu…).
- libqmi, the helper library utilities to manage Qualcomm-based Gobi 2000 (Gobi2k) and Gobi 3000 (Gobi3k) modems.
- libmbim, the helper library and utilities to manage modems based on the new USB-IF MBIM standard.
- OpenWRT, a Linux distribution for embedded devices with networking in mind.
Some areas of our expertise
We have experience with a broad collection of technologies, just to name a few:
- Wi-Fi and Local Area Networks.
- Network protocols (TCP/IP, SNMP, HTTP, etc.).
- Mobile broadband communications and protocols 2G, 3G & 4G including:
- Location retrieval (e.g. GPS or GSM locations).
- Text messaging (e.g. SMS sending/receiving).