802.11 Advanced Roaming

Intelligraphics provides advanced roaming capable WLAN device drivers on all popular operating systems including Windows 7, Windows 8, WinCE, WEC7, WEC2013 and Linux.  The enhancements to our roaming optimized drivers include: Roaming Optimizations: Roaming in less than 300 ms with traffic Fast and efficient cross-band roaming Configurable roam decision parameters: RSSI (minimum signal) threshold Data… Read More

Network Driver Development

Many hardware vendors of data networking and telecom devices turn to Intelligraphics for system level software development. Intelligraphics provides firmware, middleware, custom device driver and protocol stack development services for a variety of communication technologies, including Ethernet, ATM, T1/E1/J1, xDSL and others. Intelligraphics’ development team possesses broad development expertise in all areas of network driver… Read More

IGX NetBootEm Intelligraphics’ Custom Intel BLDK based bootloader

“NetBootem”powered by Intel BLDK Demonstrating the flexibility and boot level networking features available in Intel’s BLDK, Intelligraphics provides a remote embedded OS selection and boot facility driven by a Windows PC based laptop. Supporting multiple embedded platforms simultaneously, the user can select either Embedded Linux or Windows Embedded Compact 7 and then signal a reboot… Read More

Intelligraphics Qualcomm Atheros Linux Wi-Fi Driver (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)

Our many years of experience in Linux Kernel Driver Development enables Intelligraphics to offer the most comprehensive set of services available to electronic product development companies worldwide. From custom designs for 2D and 3D hardware, video/MPEG, smart card readers, modems, HID devices, touch screen hardware, and bus technologies to innovative Linux system-level code bases and… Read More

Advanced-Roaming Technology for Enterprise

Building a Wi-Fi network that delivers uninterrupted coverage to roaming devices can be a significant challenge—especially as coverage requirements increase. Basic roaming occurs when a wireless client device moves outside the usable range of one wireless access point (AP) and connects to another AP—usually one with a stronger signal. The challenge comes during the actual… Read More