Read about our Embedded development experience below.
Motorola's SURFboard wireless cable modem incorporates gateway, firewall, VPN, and WEP security features. Art & Logic developed an API which allowed cable service providers to customize the interface at runtime, selectively hiding and showing content and changing fields to read/write or read-only. The interface was integrated with a customized version of the GoAhead Webserver and Art & Logic's own Device Management Framework.
When ROLAND® decided to add a third-party plugin architecture to their popular V-STUDIOS™ digital audio workstations, they called Art & Logic for assistance. Through a partnership between the two companies, Art & Logic consulted with ROLAND engineers developing the VS8F-3 expansion card, and created a Software Development Kit (SDK) to be used by third-party developers of audio effects plugins. Art & Logic played a critical role in all phases of this project. more...
Beat Kangz Electronics hired Art & Logic to create the firmware for the Beat Thang, a new groovebox aimed at the hip hop market. The project also includes a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) plugin for Mac OS X and Windows called the Beat Thang Virtual. It is available at Sam Ash, Guitar Center, and online.
Israel-based Kagoor Networks hired Art & Logic to create the embedded web interface for their VoiceFlow 1000 voice-over-IP accelerator. Using the GoAhead WebServer and an early version of the Art & Logic Device Manage Framework, Art & Logic was able to develop a highly interactive interface, including real-time scrolling graphs, in only 116K of memory.
Redback Networks had developed one of the most sophisticated networking products ever, the SMS 1000 multi-protocol virtual router/switch/bridge. Now it needed a configuration and management interface that network providers could actually use. Having heard through about the work that Art & Logic was doing for other networking product companies, Redback hired Art & Logic to create the SMS 1000 product's management interface. Since then Redback has grown from a startup into a highly respected public company, while continuing to work with Art & Logic on several new products. more...
In 1996, managing a networking device with a web browser was almost unheard of. Sonoma Systems, later acquired by Nortel, chose Art & Logic for our strong object-oriented capabilities. The embedded solution created by Art & Logic "solved the problem behind the problem," in the words of the client. The project involved close interaction with the OS vendor (ISI) because Art & Logic engineers were pushing their pSOS C++ compiler farther than anyone had before. Art & Logic created an HTML tagging language, wrote the embedded code to implement it, and coded the HTML files to use the new language. more...
Art & Logic, Inc.
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Pasadena, CA 91101
Over 500 companies have hired Art & Logic, including:
"I strongly recommend Art & Logic as a development partner. I am confident that your own experience with Art & Logic will be as favorable as ours at Harcourt Interactive Technology..."
—Adam E. Rodriguez
Vice President, Technology
Harcourt Interactive Technology