Migration, Porting & Internationalization

Today, many companies realize that those systems, applications and platforms which were useful several years ago have become outdated, not just because they are not based on modern technologies. They cannot be used effectively for their business needs, and they have become too expensive for their business. At the same time, the rapidly developing IT industry puts forward new cost-effective and performance-effective solutions: platforms, technologies and runtime environments, which can and should be used to make company systems more effective.

Our goal is to improve the usability and effectiveness of software systems by providing a safe and smooth step-by- step transition to new platforms, technologies and environments.

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Even embedded systems want to move now and then. If the apartment becomes too small or if there is a need for system migration or software porting, you require diligent and experienced movers. Our developers have already accomplished several moves and are ready to give you a hand.

Our software developers are experts, especially when it comes to porting and integrating software into new systems. We are very familiar with the different types of architectures and operating systems due to many years of experience in working with embedded systems. We port your software – regardless if it’s your own or a different Open Source Project - or support and advise you in porting and migration.

Typical porting tasks we do for you

  • Cross compilation
  • Refactoring and porting to different libraries (e.g. Qt)
  • Porting between processor architectures
  • porting from one Operating System to another (e.g. Windows Embedded Compact -> Linux).

Internationalization is the design and development of a product, application or document content that enables easy localization for target audiences that vary in culture, region, or language.

Our specific migration / porting / internationalization experience includes

  • Porting software from one operating system and successful database porting to another
  • Porting from proprietary stack to open stack and vice versa
  • Correcting Byte-order dependencies
  • Converting ASCII/EBCDIC
  • Locating missing function interfaces.