The partnership will allow developers working on Infineon ARM-based microprocessors the diagnostic capabilities, device observability, and remote updating of the Memfault platform, Memfault said in a release.
As part of the collaboration, Memfault will join Infineon’s Modus Toolbox ecosystem which is used by IoT developers.
OEMs building products on Infineon MCUs will have access to Memfault’s collaborative platform to ship products faster and fix problems more quickly with in-field maintenance capabilities, said Memfault.
According to Memfault, developers using Memfault through Infineon “will gain remote visibility into embedded device metrics and performance; engineers will gain debugging information remotely without user interaction, RMA of devices or going on-site; and release managers can orchestrate complex over-the-air (OTA) updating of firmware in an organized and controlled manner.”
“With ModusToolbox™, Infineon has built a sophisticated platform which lays the ground for a vibrant ecosystem to develop,” said François Baldassari, CEO of Memfault. “We are thrilled to join the ModuxToolbox™ & Friends development program to help grow this ecosystem and give Infineon customers access to our cloud-first IoT reliability platform.”
The latest announcement comes after Memfault earlier this month announced an extension to its partnership with Nordic Semiconductor to provide its reliability platform to IoT developers using Nordic chipsets.