Surfaceink Expands Software Systems Engineering Capabilities For IoT And Consumer Electronic Products
Surfaceink, a pioneering product development and design firm in Silicon Valley, announced the expansion of its software systems engineering capabilities. In addition to its traditional firmware and application services, Surfaceink also offers Middleware, HMI, Connectivity, Back-end Development, and Cloud Application services for IoT, consumer electronics, and other products.
“Our experienced software engineers have been involved in developing complex systems for hardware IoT and user interfaces that cover the full development cycle: from product strategy, design, and system development to implementing embedded integrations, testing, and user experience,” said Eric Bauswell, CEO. “This expansion is really just a formalization of what we have been doing for our clients for many years and allows us to seamlessly offer our clients a holistic full-system approach to the product development process.”
Geoff Chatterton, Vice President of Software Engineering, added, “We want people who use our products to enjoy a seamless experience, one where design, features, and usability all work in concert as a unified whole. Achieving this goal in a connected product requires a cohesive development team that can deliver not only hardware and embedded internals but that can carry the product vision all of the way through the user interface and off-device touchpoints on mobile and in the cloud. Our announcement today reflects our commitment and ability to deliver this complete product vision for our clients.”
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Surfaceink provides full-system product design and development services to Fortune 500 companies and startups in the Consumer Electronics market segment, from initial product strategy and design to detailed hardware and software engineering to production ramp. Clients include global market leaders such as Facebook, Amazon, Intel, Oculus, plus numerous high-potential startups.