Quake Global Selects IAR Systems Development Tools

By Raju Shanbhag January 25, 2010
Quake Global, a manufacturer of M2M communicators for multiple satellite and terrestrial networks, has reportedly selected IAR Systems as its preferred software development environment for the latest QUAKE Satellite Data Modems, Q-Pro and Q4000. With the help of a single communications protocol, these modems can access multiple satellite and terrestrial networks.
“IAR Systems is excited to work with Quake Global by providing them and their customers with IAR Embedded Workbench,' Nadim Shehayed, general manager of IAR Systems, said. 'Our software tool technology combined with outstanding technical support was a key factor for Quake Global's decision. As our C/C++ compiler tools are used in Quake Global's next generation products, we look forward to supporting them in the Wireless communications market”
Every IAR C/C++ Compiler contains both generic global optimizations as well as low-level chip-specific optimizations that ensure a small code size while taking advantage of all the specific features of your selected device. IAR Embedded Workbench offers the same intuitive user interface regardless of which microcontroller you have chosen to work with.
The QUAKE Satellite Data Modems can be used to track, monitor and control industrial assets such as heavy machinery, aviation, maritime, trucking industries, as well as in utility, gas and oil and rail applications. Quake Global claims that IAR Embedded Workbench has exactly the blend of features that its engineers were looking for.
Quake Global will use the IAR Embedded Workbench in its internal product, as well as customer end application development. QUAKE's embedded software is a very important piece of the company’s satellite transceiver product lines and choosing a very stable, debug-friendly, and easy-to-use IDE is extremely important, feels the company.
Recently, the company announced the availability of IAR KickStart kit for NXP LPC1114. This is believed to be the world's first commercial starter kit forARM Cortex-M0-based microcontrollers. The strong partnership and tight cooperation during the development project between NXP and IAR Systems has led to IAR Systems latest starter kit being the first in the market. 

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for IoTevolutionworld. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Amy Tierney

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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