The Qt Company, the provider of the leading device creation framework Qt, today announced a software development partnership with Toradex, the preferred computing solution provider focusing on low to medium volume projects in the embedded industry.
With today’s technology environment, companies looking into developing embedded devices are concerned with keeping costs at a minimum while getting their product to market quickly and providing their end user with the best experience. Through this partnership, The Qt Company and Toradex have committed to providing their customers with the best experience and support, when choosing the software and hardware to use with their next project.
“The expanded partnership with Toradex will help our customers focus on accelerating software development with the Qt commercial framework and Toradex’s proven SoMs (System-on-Modules), so the customer can get to market much faster. We are confident that this partnership creates an excellent opportunity to bring the collective benefits of Qt and Toradex to a global market,” said Patrick Yi, Head of Global Channel Sales, The Qt Company.
“Qt has been a preferred cross-platform software framework with development tools for embedded customers. In fact, Toradex has been providing our industrial SoMs with Qt’s development platform for many years, and thanks to that we have been sharing several key customers together. We are excited to announce an even closer partnership which will allow our customers to develop and deploy Qt applications easier than ever before,” said Samuel Imgrueth, Vice President, Global Sales, Toradex.
The integration of Boot2Qt with Toradex Easy Installer provides an unmatched experience to get started with Qt on industrial grade Arm System-on-Modules (SoM). The device side debugging with Qt Device Creation, a highly popular choice for embedded devices, is further simplified thanks to the new collaboration.
About The Qt Company
Qt Group (Nasdaq Helsinki: QTCOM) is a global software company with a strong presence in more than 70 industries and is the leading independent technology behind millions of devices and applications. Qt is used by major global companies and developers worldwide, and the technology enables its customers to deliver exceptional user experiences and advance their digital transformation initiatives. The company's net sales in the year 2017 totaled 36,3 MEUR, and it employs some 300 people. To learn more, visit http://qt.io.
Toradex is a Swiss-based company with offices around the world, offering Arm®-based System on Modules (SoMs) and customizable Single Board Computers (SBCs). Powered by NXP® and NVIDIA® SoCs, the pin-compatible SoMs are ideal for demanding edge computing applications. Toradex SoMs offer scalability in terms of price, performance, power consumption and I/Os. Complemented with direct online sales and long-term product availability, Toradex offers direct premium support and ex-stock availability with local warehouses. Toradex SoMs come with a free production-quality Linux BSP based on the Yocto Project. For more information, please visit https://www.toradex.com/