In today’s electronic industry, Fast Time to Market and Time to Profit are key to customer satisfaction and being competitiveness.
Be faster, more flexible and more competitive than your competitors. Be part of a new age of products, be part of that, be modular. Rhomb.io’s modularity allows our customers the easiest way to design devices by pre-assembling the different ready-to-use elements in a system. All the parts are designed to make life easier for any kind of tecnology products, even for the most highlight IoT designs. Build it, modify it even after building, upgrade with a different Module or Core, and create again starting with your developed product.
Not everyone has the competences in the hardware design áreas, however with Rhomb.io you just have to select which models you want. This is a big point for any kind of companies, but maily for startup, because during the development process they are burning money instead getting their products to the market, even reducing the number of engineers required for projects and the months of work. Besides all that, with Rhomb.io you can reduce the risk of devepment and design, because, as we have told, all the parts are pre-verify.
For us is very important to have standardization of those products and the level to which they’re created. In Rhomb.io products the customization is 100%, even the fabrication data is available for everyone. For example, imagine if you have different markets and you can make a whole Rhomb.io system and then add a few distinct pieces that need to be done for that specific market. We are concients that you want to automate as much as possible to be as efficient as posible and add as much flexibility as possible to follow the evolution of the market.
We have to have new features in the future. If you design an SoC that will be in the same place for a long period, years, you will have to upgrade the hardware and make sure it is still usable X years from now. With Rhomb.io you are making sure you can upgrade the hardware and firmware just changing a small piece (like LEGO) or without having to change the nodes one by one (update the firmware). You can’t decide what kind of chip will be used in all environments. This is not a problema with a modular system becauste you can adapt you design depending the final user or depending the environment
To sum up, Do you know how to create a "must-have" device, that highlight among others available on the market?
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- Hardware devices and modules for secure embedded systems (96)